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Old January 5, 2024   #1
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I sowed 60 old original seeds durable till 2011
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Old January 5, 2024   #2
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That’s great, I bet you’ll have some better than expected germination from them. I like using my older heirloom seeds as I find overall they are often more likely to be correct to type
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You Go Girl Amen!!!!

I am so Proud of You. I have seen Snow here for only 15 minutes, but that will not stop me from planting my next round of Tomatoes Seeds

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Old January 26, 2024   #4
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Thanks

On 18th January I did my tomato seeds in the germination Bags

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Original method
I won't start sowing tomatoes until March. I'm currently sprouting pepper seeds
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My tomato plants are doing good too. Some of my Tomato Plants are trying to grow out of their Pots. They are ready for Bigger Tranplanting Pots and a Larger Green House.
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Yes, much Taller. My Plans for a Green House are over, Amen!

The 3-level Green House would have cost 108,000.00. We were offered a loan with 6% interest. But the paperwork was not as hard as the USDA Loan I was trying for Last year. What charked me was the 145,000.00 in increase I had to pay back plus the amount borrowed. That is <245,000.00>.

That means my Green House had to Produce over 1,600.00 per month.

I am just going to enjoy Farming without Loans, Amen!!

I will show you some pictures of my self-made Green House Soon.
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OK, do and enjoy farming without greenhouse!
With the climatic change I realy mustn't have a greenhouse.
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Yes, I can see the High Winds breaking up my Large Windows in a 3 level during Hurricane Season.

I think placing more Bay Windows in the Gragae area is going to be good for me and My Plants, Amen!!
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I can see that you transplanted many to their "own special pot" because they are so big. I have to find the time to do the same, Amen!!
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