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  • Dena Tonelli 2 months ago

    What do you do for bug spray mainly squash bugs and white fly

  • Trang Nguyen 2 months ago

    Just found you on Instagram. I’m new to your videos, but I’ve been watching them! When you mention something grows, can you mention what month you started growing them in and how many months it has been? I know this is a new video, but it might get confusing later as time goes by.

  • Christina Hansen 2 months ago

    22:47 Is that a snake to the left of the pomegranates you’re holding?

  • quiltgirl 7777 2 months ago

    Do canary and cantaloupe do well this late in season? I thought it was too late in the season for melons. I have three watermelon plants with fruit still ripening right now. I never sewed any more seeds in the summer all my seeds were from March

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