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Zeedman

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39Fish... clear & cool, with scattered trout. :lol:

Checked the garden thermometer just before bed, it read 39 F degrees... but no sign of frost damage this morning. Long range forecast shows one more dip into the 30's next Wednesday, then a warmup. The pumpkins are starting to change color & 3 beans are just starting to ripen, I could use however many extra days we might be blessed with.
 

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39Fish... clear & cool, with scattered trout. :lol:

...The pumpkins are starting to change color & 3 beans are just starting to ripen, I could use however many extra days we might be blessed with.

same here! i've got lima beans just filling a bunch of pods, every extra week i get means a better possible crop even if it will only be shellies.
 

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we just had a misty squall go by and as i was watching it come down with the wind and everything i was thinking wow that looks like S**W. it wasn't, but this time of the year it can sometimes happen.
Ssshhhhh... :duc Two more chances of frost this week, but my suburban gardens should escape - this time. A slight warm-up after that,so the gardens should at least make it to our Oct 5th average freeze date. That's good, because dry seed harvest is heavy, and picking up.
 

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It took me all day to figure your expletive OUT. We have seen S**W as early as October 12th. I even took some video of it with my phone.
This year I don't expect any until November. Last year we had warm up to almost Christmas.

Frosty is always listening...
 

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