The Next Generation

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April 09, 2010


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I've learned that I live at Ground Zero for powdery mildew; that I cannot grow zucchini (too much mildew, too many vine borers), beets, or spinach (mysterious wilting thing); and that some kind of bug with a preference for strong flavors eats my sorrel, basil, and sage. On the plus side, blueberries and strawberries love it here.

Great post! Look forward to seeing what happens next :-)

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