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Old May 9, 2023   #16
b54red
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I removed my first long row of peas yesterday as I stripped the vines of all usable peas and in doing so found quite a few I missed in earlier pickings so I got a good mess of dried peas for seed next season. I still have two shorter rows that are getting nearly finished producing but they still have some blooms and are starting to get a bit of mildew also, so I will need to get to them soon.

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