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Old January 8, 2017   #226
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No not starting any seeds heart not into it after last years deer invasion.

I might in about a week or so because I think we are going to have a late spring this year anyway.
I can feel it in my bones.

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Old January 8, 2017   #227
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No not starting any seeds heart not into it after last years deer invasion.

I might in about a week or so because I think we are going to have a late spring this year anyway.
I can feel it in my bones.

Worth
In his book Epic Tomatoes, Craig LeHoullier recommends a motion detector sprinkler ( http://motionsensorsprinkler.com/ ), or an 8 foot fence, to keep deer away. He uses a "ScareCrow" sprinkler.

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