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    Spring Fever!

    Put my onions in today...18 bunches of plants; filled an area of about 100 sq. ft. Enough to furnish all the green onions we can eat with a few left over to mature and last until about September or so. Not much gardening we can do for another six weeks or so.
    Have wings, will travel.

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    What are the temperatures getting down to there? I'd like to do some onions and some kale this year, but it's still to cold to put anything in the ground here.
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    *cries*

    It was -14° F this morning when I got up. Right now it is 11°.

    I won't be planting anything until May - at the earliest.
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    Ground... still... frozen... must... plant... something... NOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonton View Post
    Ground... still... frozen... must... plant... something... NOW!

    We've discussed a small greenhouse, and I may start some things in pots in a few weeks.
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    Actually we will be starting our seeds in the basement this week. Heat mats and grow lights. Can't wait!

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    If mother nature don't twist off on us, I think spring is here in south Louisiana.
    Daytime temps been averaging between 65* and 75*, neighbors already talking about tomatoes and cucumbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    What are the temperatures getting down to there? I'd like to do some onions and some kale this year, but it's still to cold to put anything in the ground here.
    In the 60's here; mid February is the time to put in onions. They will withstand freezing weather, but not much else will. About the only thing I have ever planted this early is green peas and maybe corn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    We've discussed a small greenhouse, and I may start some pot in a few weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonton View Post
    Actually we will be starting our seeds in the basement this week. Heat mats and grow lights. Can't wait!
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    2320 200cx loader, 46 backhoe, 54"snowblower, original cab, Titan 42" forks, welded on hooks by neighbor.

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