it would be funny, kinda makes me chuckle out loud when thinking about my corn and hoping the wind blows the correct direction? I didn't do conventional rows so that should help. planted it in a triangle and fairly close together with some squash as ground cover. so far so good but here in western washington it is barely reaching 70 degrees so far this year and I worry that plants are just not going to develop well enough to produce much. should just plant some more cold weather crops like carrots,lettuce,and spinach so some thing grows well.
i am inventing mini leaf blowers...i will e- mail one to you..oops won't fit in the c.d. tray...my tomato plants are so full of tomatoes ...and no sign of them ripening...still growing with hundreds of blossoms...i am wondering if i should cut the tops off to stop the growth...mmmmmmm what to do...
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