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mark guildenzoph 03/26/2014 @ 1:32pm Still frozen is right. I estimate no planting before the 20th it is just far to cold. A minimum of two weeks in the 60's would help for sure, but as of now it is no ware in the forecast. Ground temps. Need to be up around 58 degrees to germinate the seeds planting before this would be pointless and costly.

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