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April prepping 2019

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    Posted: April 05 2019 at 11:03pm
So what is everyone working on this month? We have our tomato plants in (we bought plants) and our strawberries from last year are coming back. I think I will probably plant spinach and lettuce seeds this weekend, they did good last year.
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I am trying to grow tomatoes from seeds that I saved last year. We know someone who every year grows about 20-30 different sorts of heirloom tomatoes and these are seeds from some of her tomatoes.

Too early for the seedlings to have come up, and too early for them to be in the unheated greenhouse (they are in the living room on a table full of plants)
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I'm actually tossing preps. It's been a while since I put some of it away (over ten years in some cases), and with the benefit of hindsight I would have done it differently. My dry preps to water ratio is way off, so I'm freeing up some shelf space in favor of water containers. It really makes no sense to have dehydrated food and no way to make it edible.



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