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farming on the web

I sowed more seeds today under the lights. There's something very enjoyable about the activity: it's the only part of gardening where I manage any science or method. Variables can be controlled. Once those seedlings graduate from the hot box, though, all that goes out the window. I had to write off the onions, for example, and the corn that Harvey planted isn't looking too good either. Still, I'm sure something will come out alright.

In order to keep track of things a little better and in furtherance of certain grand (if vague) plans, I've created another little corner of the squibix web: squibix farm. Check it out and tell me what you think!


I love the squibix farm site. I need all the help I can get. I would love some of your seedlings! Do you ship to CA? ;)

I wish we could! It'd get em off the kitchen table... No, give us a couple years and we'll get the shipping department set up; or else you could just swing by and pick up a selection!

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