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AR Plowboy
Posted 4/3/2021 07:42 (#8931548 - in reply to #8931328)
Subject: RE: Frost protection for garden I hope

East Central Arkansas

Doing a search it comes up somewhere around April 15th. I guess I really pushed the planting date on these snap beans. I held onion plants for over a month waiting for weather that would allow planting. I got these rows ready for planting while planting the onions and I didn't use as much room for the onions as I though I would. I seeded one row of broccoli and one of cabbage and still had two rows left over that was ready for planting. Snap beans was the one thing that came to my mind that I would like a early crop of. I didn't realize they were more cold sensitive than soybeans but after doing some online research of snap bean production it looks like they can't take even light frost. I have heard there have been several acres of soybeans planted around here already but don't know if they are up yet.

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