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April 05, 2009


Rod Koozmin

How about a bit about planting leek flats or planting small seeds in general? How exactly do you plant the seed? I have no patience with the small seeds and I suspect a lot of people don't. Often I just end up sort of broadcasting little seeds and hoping for the best. There are a number of devices suggested for tha all thumbs gardener. I loved seeing your onion beds all so weed free and vibrent. It's all a great display and a cretit to any town, very inviting.

While we're on advice, what to do about bermuda grass? I could well imagine a horror film about this noxious and incidious pest.

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