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June 25, 2007


My strawberries aren't doing so great either. Kind of small.

very funny and true for sometimes farmers. I decided my garden deserved a sabbatical this year and will incidentally save myself at least $25 :)

wait, aren't you two vegetarians? You have how many acres in the Willamette Valley, one of the most fertile areas in the U.S.
You should buy Steve Solomon's "Gardening When it Counts," growing food in hard times. We are vegan, about 3 miles from downtown Portland, 7000 sq. ft. city lot and grew so many strawberries we gave away to all our neighbors! You can do it...buy his book. I enjoy your blog!

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