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Linda Wilson
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  • Springfield, MO
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Carlton Barrus and Linda Wilson are now friends
Oct 6, 2011
Linda Wilson and Capt Cook are now friends
Oct 6, 2011
Linda Wilson and Springfield Area Herb Society are now friends
Aug 11, 2011
Linda Wilson left a comment for Elanya Tracy
"Elanya,  Thanks for being my  friend on this site!! Im interested in raw foods and nutrition, the rising tide of GMO seeds and fighting that battle. Love the pics!!"
Aug 6, 2011
Linda Wilson joined ThePopp's group
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Epicureans

Those who turn great food into great dishes.Professional Chefs and Foodies.See More
Aug 6, 2011
Linda Wilson and Elanya Tracy are now friends
Aug 6, 2011
Linda Wilson posted a status
"Wasn't the rain wonderful yesterday?? :-)"
Aug 6, 2011
Linda Wilson left a comment for Cynarra Goodale
"Thanks for becoming my second ever friend! I m the newbie on this block. Happy gardening!!"
Aug 6, 2011
Linda Wilson left a comment for Bill Buron
"Thanks Bill. The rain yesterday was music to my ears, and I am hopeful to see my beans popping up soon. I was able to keep 5 of my 10 tomato plants gratefully, my favorite heirloom, Brandywine survived. I am hopeful since I planted them late, that I…"
Aug 6, 2011
Bill Buron left a comment for Linda Wilson
"Linda we planted beans within the last coulple of weeks and they have comeup well I don't expect them to do to much as long as it stays so hot.  We will extend the season on these beans with plastic if need be. Som of the beans that we…"
Aug 4, 2011
Linda Wilson commented on Brad Brasser's group Springfield Guerrilla Gardeners
"Would like to be a Springfield garden guerrilla! Any people out there who would like to discuss raw food, nutrition etc? Im shooting for 75% raw in my fam's diet, I already feel better and both my husband and I have lost weight!! Need friends…"
Aug 4, 2011
Linda Wilson joined Brad Brasser's group
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Springfield Guerrilla Gardeners

The weapon of the new revolution is not a gun, but a shovel! Getting gardeners and activists together to beautify Springfield's neglected spaces.See More
Aug 4, 2011
Linda Wilson posted a status
"Love the rain!!!"
Aug 4, 2011
Linda Wilson left a comment for Bill Buron
"thanks for the advice, I know I am not alone!!"
Aug 4, 2011
Linda Wilson left a comment for Bill Buron
"spent a long time in my garden today, taking back the straw and raking and aerating around the plants(the ones that haven't died!) planted some more bush beans and watered and dressed the rows with organic fertilizer/enricher.  This…"
Aug 4, 2011
Bill Buron left a comment for Linda Wilson
"Welcome to the WFN site.  I would guess that it is the extreme heat that is causing your plant to either not blosom or to drop its blossoms.  Everyones garden is having some type of problems due to the heat.  This is the first year in…"
Aug 4, 2011

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What is your favorite vegetable?
sweet potatoes

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At 4:47pm on August 4, 2011, Bill Buron said…
Linda we planted beans within the last coulple of weeks and they have comeup well I don't expect them to do to much as long as it stays so hot.  We will extend the season on these beans with plastic if need be. Som of the beans that we planted we were hoping would set on quick enough that we can get some shellys out of them I will keep my fingers crossed good luck on you beans.
At 1:10pm on August 4, 2011, Bill Buron said…

Welcome to the WFN site.  I would guess that it is the extreme heat that is causing your plant to either not blosom or to drop its blossoms.  Everyones garden is having some type of problems due to the heat.  This is the first year in many that we will not be canning tomatoes due to the heat.

 

 
 
 

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