Rhubarb

Looks like most of my rhubarb has survived another winter. Several are questionable but I am hoping the some or the others can be divided. Got them all weeded and the next move is to put some compost on them. Last week I emptied one of the compost boxes and sifted the compost into a couple of smaller garbage cans with wheels. Shall see how far that goes. I have one more box that could use emptying. Then out into the woods for the composted grass clippings. Some of it was already there when we moved here 7 years ago. Should be good.
Most of the seeds I started a couple of weeks ago are getting their second leaves. I need to move them into larger quarters.
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. . . and so it begins :O)
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My understanding of rhubarb is 10/10/10 in the start of the growing season, keep mulched and organic compost in the fall.. In our 3rd year now and they are coming along great...this year we will be using it.. I never allow weeds of any kind in any of my beds, I have four 4X4X10s raised beds and doing great in one

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