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Thanks to all. My daughter needs to know for school and she expects good old dad to know everything!!!
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Uh. Whoops. Sorry. 333.3333g is the total weight. The water would weigh 233.3333g, so it would be 2 1/3 times heavier than the peat. That's my story and I'm sticking with it.
Got twelve more corn planted today, along with 2 zukes. Sowed my flax. Thank god I won't have to build another rail spur next year. Now I need to re-pot a geranium that I thought had died during the frost this winter. I potted a volunteer nasturtium in a hanging pot about a month ago and it is in flower now. Cucumbers are taking a beating from something. Spread out another helping of "Sluggo". I also cast some clover between the stepping stones in the garden. If it takes, it should add some extra nitrogen to the soil. I;m also spending some time trimming back ivy (snail cover) and some taller plants that throw shade into the garden. I hope to get a jaiogulan planted before the day is done. Then there is that pesky wooden garage and damp rot that needs looking into. Good thing I just had my afternoon coffee.
- Bill Coloribus gustibus non disputatum (and away)
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