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Post  dstack 1/1/2023, 5:56 pm

Happy New Year!  3 Tips For Saving Cold-Damaged Plants 3170584802

Here's some counterintuitive advice from the University of Florida on what to do for your cold damaged plants. We just had the coldest Christmas in over 30 years!

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Post  sanderson 1/2/2023, 11:52 pm

David,  Good video, especially for Floridians and other tropical gardeners who just experienced the worst freeze in over a generation.  I just shared it on FB "Zone 9 Vegetable Gardening," along with the video about the 4 things you wish you knew when you started gardening in 2010.  Spoiler alert!  David recommends reading the 2nd or 3rd Edition of All New Square Foot Gardening as #1!. Very Happy

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Post  dstack 1/3/2023, 5:54 am

Thanks Sanderson. Yes, the book was the biggest game changer for me, and I'm forever grateful for this forum for answering so many questions I had as I got things going. Thanks for sharing the videos!
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