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Getting a Head Start on Leafy Greens

Getting a Head Start on Leafy Greens

Update: 2020-02-05
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It's been 60 degrees in Ohio for the past couple days but today we're back to snow & ice - but that isn't killing my excitement for spring, it's just fueling it! In today's episode I talk about the mild winter we have been having and how it's tempting me to get leafy greens and cold hardy crops planted out early. It can be done with the help of low tunnels and frost blankets, but if you screw up, you could lose your whole crop 😭 Right now I'm thinking about getting lettuce, spinach, arugula, mizuna, and other Asian greens started in seed trays so that we can jumpstart the CropBoxes this year and maybe even get a few earlier-than-expected harvests 🥬 And BTW - this is the first call for all CropBoxers or people interested in receiving a subscription box of fresh veggies & herbs from the Garden of Gains 💪🌱 if you're in the Piqua area and looking for fresh, organically-grown produce - let me know, spots are limited!

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Getting a Head Start on Leafy Greens

Getting a Head Start on Leafy Greens

Danny Neth