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Old March 19, 2019   #1
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Exactly 7 days after planting the peppers are appearing as 3 of the 9 have come up! what a nice start to the growing season. In the next 2 weeks I'll start some Better Boy, Jet Star & Tiny Tim tomatoes.
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Forgot to post the pic's.
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Sorry here ya go.
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Looking good Jetstar. Good luck with your garden this year.
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One day later more peppers...
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Always exciting to see new babies arrive.
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Old March 20, 2019   #7
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When I first looked at your photos, I thought I was looking at large containers with dirt, large rocks, and sticks in it. As the photos progressed, I could see they are smaller containers with fairly normal potting or germinating mixture. The rocks became small particles of moisture retention material. Interesting how close up's can distort the view.
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