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Old 11-14-2014, 10:46 AM
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Thought some baseball card shop owners would get a kick out of this. I got creative with an old display cabinet with a broken top glass, a child sat on it. It was not worth the replacement costs, so I turned this 6 foot cabinet into a greenhouse. It works surprisingly well with southern exposure, pretty easy to regulate temperature with 5 gallon buckets of cool/warm water. Still growing jalapenos in November, it was 20 degrees yesterday.



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Old 11-14-2014, 03:44 PM
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Ben,
count me in. anybody from South Dakota has my vote anyway. My dad's from Viborg, in Turner County. He's long gone now but I was back this summer with daughters to see the old place and visit the descendants.

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Old 11-14-2014, 06:51 PM
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Ben,
count me in. anybody from South Dakota has my vote anyway. My dad's from Viborg, in Turner County. He's long gone now but I was back this summer with daughters to see the old place and visit the descendants.

5289 Winifred Drive
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Eric Nelson

thx
Eric I will put them in the mail Monday.

Ty that is a cool way to keep the peppers going a little longer.

Here is a pic, of my greenhouse from last march..
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I like to plant, but my girlfriend is a hoer.
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Old 11-15-2014, 09:13 AM
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Fred.........LOL
Only you would come with that.
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I love to garden especially giant pumpkins. This one is 1,216 pounds. This year I grew 1,204 lbs. Also grow giant tomatoes.
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I planted and still have some extra seed. If anyone else would like some let me know.
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Ben...id love some!
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I love to garden especially giant pumpkins. This one is 1,216 pounds. This year I grew 1,204 lbs. Also grow giant tomatoes.
Beckett has some pretty unique holders and I think you should get this baby graded! I'd say its a 5 due to slightly off centered and the edges are a bit rough but overall it has GREAT eye appeal!!

Peace, Mike

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I just finished planting tomatoes and have some extra chocolate cherry tomato seeds again this year. If anybody would like a dozen seeds PM me your address.

Happy Gardening, spring will be soon.
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