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whaler1

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Was able to get some mowing done last night finally! Next week will be spraying, tilling, spray again then seed will go into the ground for this plot. Clover/chicory plots took a beating this summer with the lack of rain and beating sun. High Hope's the rain we have gotten helps bring them back to life!20180808_193405.jpg

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Who ever planted the sugar beets are they the kind we eat?? I love to can beets in a pickle brine. They are delicious with a back strap and fried potatoes!! I have to run down to Amish country cause nobody around here grows red beets. I pay $18.00 a basket not the big peach baskets like the size basket you buy apples in. My daughters love that meal!!

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Who ever planted the sugar beets are they the kind we eat?? I love to can beets in a pickle brine. They are delicious with a back strap and fried potatoes!! I have to run down to Amish country cause nobody around here grows red beets. I pay $18.00 a basket not the big peach baskets like the size basket you buy apples in. My daughters love that meal!!

IMG_3519.PNGyeah these are a white beet. And I have seen them for sale at the public market and at Wegmans.


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