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Post  RJARPCGP 9/1/2020, 8:38 pm

It's September! Yikes! thinking
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Post  OldCrow 9/3/2020, 4:19 pm

RJARPCGP wrote:It's September! Yikes! thinking
Yes I agree, YIKES! At our hill top location the first potential frost date in only 1 week away! But I'm getting excited about the Fall/Winter harvest now. Smile 
Plus this is about perfect motorcycling weather and I have a big ride in 2 weeks  Very Happy
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Post  RJARPCGP 9/3/2020, 11:57 pm

OldCrow wrote:
RJARPCGP wrote:It's September! Yikes! thinking
Yes I agree, YIKES! At our hill top location the first potential frost date in only 1 week away! But I'm getting excited about the Fall/Winter harvest now. Smile 
Plus this is about perfect motorcycling weather and I have a big ride in 2 weeks  Very Happy
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We usually don't get a frost until at least around mid October, IIRC. First hard freeze tends to be around October 20th.
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Post  OldCrow 9/4/2020, 5:56 am

RJARPCGP wrote:We usually don't get a frost until at least around mid October, IIRC. First hard freeze tends to be around October 20th.
Garden.org says next week is our first chance but basically zero. By Oct 7th 50% and almost sure thing by mid October.
I never really paid too much attention in the past. But I lost a couple cucumbers in the spring a day after the last predicted possible so now I pay a lot closer attention  Very Happy
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Post  Scorpio Rising 9/4/2020, 9:25 am

Even here in Ohio my first frost date is October 15th, and that’s pretty accurate generally.  Last year though we had an unusually warm and long fall.  You never know!
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Post  OldCrow 9/4/2020, 3:01 pm

Scorpio Rising wrote:Even here in Ohio my first frost date is October 15th, and that’s pretty accurate generally.  Last year though we had an unusually warm and long fall.  You never know!
Here in Mid-Coast Maine with a 65F morning Low and about 80F hi today, I'm not really too worried about Mr Frosty next week  Cool 
In fact it's been so warm this past week that I've had to keep my Fall seedlings in the cool basement under lights Shocked 

Oh and too cool, my wife got a garlic from the co-op this morning and gave me 4 cloves so what the hey garlic gets a Square!!
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Post  RJARPCGP 9/19/2020, 11:30 pm

Unseasonably low temps! pale

Expected to be more like October 20th!
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