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Old March 6, 2017   #16
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Thanks for the time and effort you put into these. I had downloaded them several years ago but when I got my new laptop a couple of years ago I didn't have them on it. They were on my external backup hard drive that crashed, they don't make 'em like they used to. Unfortunately, they had not been backed up to DVD. Time to do that now. Thanks again.
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Old March 6, 2017   #17
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I've been mapping for years using the # system. Starting using these last year. Very
handy to have but found a typo.
Jumped from 40 to 90 for a 72 cell 1020. Not a problem as i'll just number the cells later. I didn't notice last year since i had three cells per variety...three different trays.

I just label with the # on the pot-up pot. By plant-out i know most what is what.

Having a pic of the map on both our phones is great. No labels to get lost or stolen by
a puppy. (a kitty years ago sat by the start tray and pulled them out one-by-one)
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Old March 13, 2017   #18
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Just printed out one chart to use soon, very handy. Thank you very much for the beautiful work. I now also know how to plant parsnips, who knew they need soaking!
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Old June 3, 2017   #19
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Hi there.

In the UK we seem to have 7 x 12 seed trays so I made a PDF for my own use, Here's a copy if anyone finds it useful:
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