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 Post subject: McKinney gardner
PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2004 8:24 am 
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Location: McKinney, TX
Howdy,
I have lived in McKinney for almost 40 years and have enjoyed gardening for about 20. I have read and listened to Howard for about 3 years, but after a visit to The Heard museum and seeing him in person, I purchased his book on organic vegetable gardening. I have gone Organic and preached his ways to others. I am just learning, but my garden is amazing. It si early May and I have 6 foot tomatoe plants, the best corn ever, potatoes that are going to be awesome and a peach tree that is producing like it was a whole orchard. I was hard to convince that I should go organic, but thanks to Howard I know it works.

Frank Williams III
aka maxwms


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 Post subject: Re: McKinney gardner
PostPosted: Tue May 11, 2004 12:36 pm 
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Frank,
First, Welcome aboard.
Second, Congradulations on your conversion to organics and passing it on.
Finally, Congradulations on a spectacular garden crop...I'm jellous.

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