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Old August 27, 2019   #4
b54red
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I set my cucumbers out a week ago in temps bordering on 100 and had to water for a few days to keep them from totally wilting and then rain and cooler weather hit. They are now close to two feet up the fence and growing like crazy. It's amazing what a bit of rain can do.

Now since the drought seems to be breaking here I am going to start some seed for my fall crops and hope to have a normal fall season. Last years fall season was nearly a total bust since ti stayed hot and very dry right up into mid November so I had very limited success with everything except rutabagas until winter. I'm really hoping for a good greens season this fall along with some of the other normal fall crops.

Bill
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