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Anybody got a handy link? Sunday is our last frost day here in Central Florida; 'long sleeve shirt' day has passed for us. Still can get down to 40's at night but thats the total of it. Have my 24 by 40 anti cow fence up and ready, complete with electrical wire charger in place. Got to get those tomatoes in early, they do not pollinate after it reaches 85 degree. Site is flat black sand next to a 6 acre pond, area flodded last year due to excessive rains. Digging in the posts revealed hard-pan at about 6 to 8 inches, thats a layer of clay which holds water above it.

16 number 2 wash tubs of cow supplied material is in place, covered with a round bale of rotting straw, about 15 bushels of shredded newspaper is waiting for duty, 5 leaf bags full. Picked up a Ph meter today and have report comming from Ag office with test results maybe Monday. Seeds and started plants in hand, anybody jealous yet??!
 
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Anybody got a handy link? Sunday is our last frost day here in Central Florida; 'long sleeve shirt' day has passed for us. Still can get down to 40's at night but thats the total of it. Have my 24 by 40 anti cow fence up and ready, complete with electrical wire charger in place. Got to get those tomatoes in early, they do not pollinate after it reaches 85 degree. Site is flat black sand next to a 6 acre pond, area flodded last year due to excessive rains. Digging in the posts revealed hard-pan at about 6 to 8 inches, thats a layer of clay which holds water above it.

16 number 2 wash tubs of cow supplied material is in place, covered with a round bale of rotting straw, about 15 bushels of shredded newspaper is waiting for duty, 5 leaf bags full. Picked up a Ph meter today and have report comming from Ag office with test results maybe Monday. Seeds and started plants in hand, anybody jealous yet??!
Try this link www.gardeningbythemoon.com/signs.html
 

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Anybody got a handy link? Sunday is our last frost day here in Central Florida; 'long sleeve shirt' day has passed for us. Still can get down to 40's at night but thats the total of it. Have my 24 by 40 anti cow fence up and ready, complete with electrical wire charger in place. Got to get those tomatoes in early, they do not pollinate after it reaches 85 degree. Site is flat black sand next to a 6 acre pond, area flodded last year due to excessive rains. Digging in the posts revealed hard-pan at about 6 to 8 inches, thats a layer of clay which holds water above it.

16 number 2 wash tubs of cow supplied material is in place, covered with a round bale of rotting straw, about 15 bushels of shredded newspaper is waiting for duty, 5 leaf bags full. Picked up a Ph meter today and have report comming from Ag office with test results maybe Monday. Seeds and started plants in hand, anybody jealous yet??!
Try the Old Farmer's Almanac website
http://www.almanac.com/astrology/index.php

This page is updated during the year to give the next pending dates.
 
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