Friday, March 29, 2013

Early Gardens Are Weak to Non-Existant
If you have been looking for any spring early garden vegetables, they just aren't there this year. Most Farmerís markets are not even close to opening. Sullivan County Agriculture Extension Agent Chris Ramsey says 2013 has gotten off to a slow start. According to the Ag expert to ground is still wet, cold barely ready for even the earliest spring planting. Ramsey will be a guest on this weekend's Conversations with the Newsmaker program Sunday morning at 7 AM on this station. Ramsey will have lots of information, tips and valuable points to make on the Sunday morning program.(CS)

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