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A storm blew our plastic greenhouse away and the snails eat the seedlings that where not frozen by a late night fros and a cold spell... so all is well in France.
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Fungi, along with bacteria, are the primary vehicles through which organic matter decomposes. ...

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We've been having a false spring of sorts here, a week or more of warm/hot weather that got us excited and perhaps planting some things too early. This week is cold and windy, some rain, even snow is predicted again. But lettuce doesn't seem to mind.
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