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Woke up to five inches of heavy, wet, grass poppin' manna from heaven.

Just can not get enough of this White Gold this time of year!

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Talked to my Brother up in Pueblo Co last night. More white gold expected today. His  fully blossomed out peach tree lost all its 2021 crop.

Hasn't been lower than high 40's in this area. My newly transplanted grape seedlings have not sprouted so far this season.  Hopefully they will not come down with root rot.

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34 minutes ago, oleman said:

Talked to my Brother up in Pueblo Co last night. More white gold expected today. His  fully blossomed out peach tree lost all its 2021 crop.

Hasn't been lower than high 40's in this area. My newly transplanted grape seedlings have not sprouted so far this season.  Hopefully they will not come down with root rot.

We seem to deal with that every year here too. 

It has been warm enough to start things growing but with lows in the teens. A lot of it will get froze and set back. 

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Damn awful, we’ve finally hit some good weather ending this week but nice taste, take care you guys.

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We didn’t get that much snow up this way but it rained first for a few hours, continued snowing on and off most of the day today. Much needed moisture, we still need more, but this was a step in the right direction.

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8 hours ago, sandhiller said:

Just can not get enough of this White Gold this time of year

Apparently they did not get the memo as they are planning to deliver 2 inches of your product between 5am and 10am here in the morning.

I don't understand the mix up as I ordered 70 degree weather with rain each Monday 

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Got a shot of that stuff around here yesterday, melted off pretty fast. Enough to make the ground wet, dry today.

Seeded oats Sunday, isn't there some saying about snow on oats?

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Mowed my yard tonight.....in coveralls and a stocking hat. 🥶 47 deg. 

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Mowed yards today with car hart coat on. They are saying 3 to 5 inches tonight. Another one says 1 to 3inches guess we will see who knows what they talking about. Maybe they are all wrong.

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36 minutes ago, yellowrosefarm said:

For comparison 

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Put 3 - 4 inches of wet snow on that and you have what we woke up to yesterday

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We are due for 3” or so tonight 

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Woke up to about 2" this morning on grass. Just wet roads. It's melting off now.

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2'' this AM ,,almost gone.

plenty of moisture this spring

need the sun to warm up the soil and get things started

Rhubarb up about 4'' ,, budds on everything

pigs itchen to get out on pasture[tired of the barn]

farrowing starting on about 5/15

Mike

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