Re: RE: My favorites


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Posted by DUANE DEAL on March 16, 2001 at 02:20:38:

In Reply to: Re: RE: My favorites posted by Betsy Nickels on May 21, 2000 at 15:34:16:

: I have a rubarb plant which appears to be flourshing, but I know nothing about the plant. I like to eat it, but thats all I know......
: Help, when to cut, how to process, recipes, etc. Where can I get information.

I PLANTED A RUBARB PLANT ON THE EAST SIDE OF MY HOUSE WHICH WENT TO SEED BY MID SUMMER WHILE THE ONE I PLANTED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF MY HOUSE REMAINED SMALL. I HARVESTED THE PLANT BY CUTTING IT CLOSE TO THE GROUND. I PLANTED SEEDS ARROUND MY FENCES. I GAVE LOTS OF SEEDS AWAY. I TRANSPLANTED THE LITTLE PLANTS THAT GREW ARROUND THE PLANT ON THE EAST SIDE OF MY HOUSE. I SEE NO REASON TO DIG UP THE BIG PLANT AND DIVIDE IT. IT PRODUCED A SECOND CROP THE SAME YEAR WHICH WAS GOOD FOR EATING UNLIKE THE CROP THAT WENT TO SEED.
THANKS DUANE




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