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  1. Mark
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    Tip How to use this forum

    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to COLD climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you have a...
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to COLD climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you have a question or a discussion point that is clearly COLD climate-related then use this forum.
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to COLD climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you have a question or a discussion point that is clearly...
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to COLD climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you have a...
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  2. randy mason

    Cold weather crops

    Hi, knowing your frost dates is key of course, you'll need to start seedlings indoors and transplant, I attached a seeding guide for south central British Columbia that may help. Also utilize...
    Hi, knowing your frost dates is key of course, you'll need to start seedlings indoors and transplant, I attached a seeding guide for south central British Columbia that may help. Also utilize plant protectors and row covers, took me a bit of trial and error and learning cold hardy crops. Have...
    Hi, knowing your frost dates is key of course, you'll need to start seedlings indoors and transplant, I attached a seeding guide for south central British Columbia that may help. Also utilize plant protectors and row covers, took me a bit of...
    Hi, knowing your frost dates is key of course, you'll need to start seedlings indoors and transplant, I attached a seeding guide for south central British Columbia that may help. Also utilize...

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  3. Jake Bak

    Question How to maintain Raspberry and Blue Berry in a cold climate?

    Thanks for the help! I will look into it further.
    Thanks for the help! I will look into it further.
    Thanks for the help! I will look into it further.
    Thanks for the help! I will look into it further.

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  4. Lucas

    Any hints on growing Brussels Sprouts

    going in this weekend had a cabbage moth /caterpillar attack but not giving up yet have transplanted into bigger pots so just having a crack hoping to observe and learn more to improve my skills...
    going in this weekend had a cabbage moth /caterpillar attack but not giving up yet have transplanted into bigger pots so just having a crack hoping to observe and learn more to improve my skills growing them Cheers Lucas
    going in this weekend had a cabbage moth /caterpillar attack but not giving up yet have transplanted into bigger pots so just having a crack hoping to observe and learn more to improve my skills growing them Cheers Lucas
    going in this weekend had a cabbage moth /caterpillar attack but not giving up yet have transplanted into bigger pots so just having a crack hoping to observe and learn more to improve my skills...
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  5. randy mason

    Mushrooms; What do i need to know?

    sweet thank you Tonytony that's awesome.
    sweet thank you Tonytony that's awesome.
    sweet thank you Tonytony that's awesome.
    sweet thank you Tonytony that's awesome.
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  6. Universalpuzzle

    Problem Trashed Garden.

    Sometimes a good hard pruning is the best thing for fruit trees. As long as you have the trunk, you still have a fruit tree. All commercial orchardists prune hard regularly. Get someone in who...
    Sometimes a good hard pruning is the best thing for fruit trees. As long as you have the trunk, you still have a fruit tree. All commercial orchardists prune hard regularly. Get someone in who knows what they are doing. You are in Tassie, there are several people down there who do stints on TV...
    Sometimes a good hard pruning is the best thing for fruit trees. As long as you have the trunk, you still have a fruit tree. All commercial orchardists prune hard regularly. Get someone in who knows what they are doing. You are in Tassie, there...
    Sometimes a good hard pruning is the best thing for fruit trees. As long as you have the trunk, you still have a fruit tree. All commercial orchardists prune hard regularly. Get someone in who...

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  7. Jake Bak

    Question What do i plant in autumn and winter?

    Thanks mark!
    Thanks mark!
    Thanks mark!
    Thanks mark!

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  8. randy mason

    Cold weather crops

    I'm in Colorado. new to cold weather growing. i have read lots on the topic but was wondering if any one has any good tips and tricks for this type of climate.
    I'm in Colorado. new to cold weather growing. i have read lots on the topic but was wondering if any one has any good tips and tricks for this type of climate.
    I'm in Colorado. new to cold weather growing. i have read lots on the topic but was wondering if any one has any good tips and tricks for this type of climate.
    I'm in Colorado. new to cold weather growing. i have read lots on the topic but was wondering if any one has any good tips and tricks for this type of climate.
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  9. Walt

    Hello from Montana

    i am in Colorado, this spring will be my first out side garden but i spent 5 years in Montana and due to the cold and living on Malmstorm AFB i did not try out doors gardening, but we did grow...
    i am in Colorado, this spring will be my first out side garden but i spent 5 years in Montana and due to the cold and living on Malmstorm AFB i did not try out doors gardening, but we did grow some small herbs in windows. if you find anything that works well there let me know we have similar...
    i am in Colorado, this spring will be my first out side garden but i spent 5 years in Montana and due to the cold and living on Malmstorm AFB i did not try out doors gardening, but we did grow some small herbs in windows. if you find anything...
    i am in Colorado, this spring will be my first out side garden but i spent 5 years in Montana and due to the cold and living on Malmstorm AFB i did not try out doors gardening, but we did grow...
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  10. Swedish fiddler

    Experiment with kale

    i would let you know if you start getting leggy plants use a fan to strengthen there stems and slow upward growth
    i would let you know if you start getting leggy plants use a fan to strengthen there stems and slow upward growth
    i would let you know if you start getting leggy plants use a fan to strengthen there stems and slow upward growth
    i would let you know if you start getting leggy plants use a fan to strengthen there stems and slow upward growth

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