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Old December 4, 2017   #301
Wi-sunflower
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A couple of years ago we lost our big greenhouse to bad weather. Since then we haven't had the room for both tomato and pepper transplants, so no I don't have pepper seeds any more.

I had come up with a way to keep squash isolated by planting small sections in neighboring fields. But that fell apart with bad weather during planting season. So I'm not offering squash seeds either for now.

Farming isn't easy. Always something to go wrong.
Carol
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Old December 22, 2017   #302
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I've made several updates to my variety pages. We have over 30 new-to-me varieties this year with more coming when they are dry and tested.

I lost at least 4 weeks when I had only 1 workable hand, but now I'm getting all the older seeds retested for germination. So far 70+ tests are done, 100+ are in process and several hundred more need to be done as I have room. I'm updating the site as I get the results.

I'm sorry but I had to raise the prices a bit as the farm has been hemorrhaging money. It's that or I'll have to quit the seeds and I don't want to do that if at all possible.

Thanks,
Carol
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