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PostPosted: Sat Mar 31, 2007 7:55 pm 
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I just wanted to let all my friends on this website to know that my first published hardback book is finally ready for sale!

If interested email me for details.
This is my personal website info:
http://www.captaincompostalabama.com/products.htm

Happy Gardening everybody!

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Congratulations!! You go Cap't!

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Awesome! Good for you!

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Since I posted this thread, I have sold lots of copies of my book locally to garden clubs, and even online to many of my friends so far! I'm excited!

This year, I want to do more experiments on my no-till farm with mixing composting with aerated compost tea recipes and cover crops and companion plants.

We had a big hard frost over the Easter week, that killed a lot of my pre-mature spring crops. Since I though the "greenhouse effect" was on my side this year, I planted too much stuff too early. Well no matter. It's just mostly seeds. I'll just replant and start over. I still got plenty of time.

Even though I'm more of a master composter than a master gardener, I love to compost and show off some of my crops in my demonstration raise beds on my farm to customers. I'm still learning a lot about growing vegetables and ornamentals.

Once again thanks everybody!
Happy gardening!

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