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March 20, 2012

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This picture is out of order but this is the same Cabbage Plant Taken 3 days later on March 23, 2012. Like all of my other plants it came through the cold without any problem.How to Protect Garden From Frost

I took this picture of the same Cabbage Plant at 12:00 noon on March 20, 2012. Notice how it has opened back up and is soaking in the warmth that the Plant Protector is providing.How to Plant Cabbage, Cauliflower and Brocolli

I took this picture on the Morning of March 20, 2012 we still have 1/2" of snow on the ground. The plant is doing very well. 

Plant Earlier and Protect From Frost

I just took these pictures at 7:30 this morning before coming in to work. As you can see the snow has melted some since yesterday but it is still very cold. Last night the low was 18 degrees. The Sun has come out this morning and what I expect to see is a drastic increase in temperature inside the Grow it Now! Plant Protectors, this temperature increase will help these plants bounce back from the cold spell we had over the last 3 days. I am very eager to see how the plants react over the next few days the Grow it Now! Plant Protectors are a must for planting earlier, harvesting sooner and protecting plants from early and late season frosts.

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