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April 26, 2014 7:49 AM

The Grapevine (April 26)

Master gardener Everett Price continues to plant lettuce plants and a succession of green onions this week in his garden in Haysville. He is starting to harvest asparagus that has reached 6 to 8 inches, as well as some leafy greens. “Most of the plants are looking pretty nice,” he says. The flea beetles seem to have departed the arugula and mustard since he treated them with neem oil. “It looks like the new growth is looking good, without pinholes.”

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