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Looks great Mark! The artichokes are amazing! You are little farther ahead than us of course, but we are coming right along. We dried our peas this year and I have quite a variety of beans I intend to dry also. Thanks for the info on garlic. Happy gardening : )

H. Mark Delman

Hi Michaele:

Hmmm... hadnt thought of drying peas, but why not. Ill give it a shot.

You may have noticed that Im a little behind in my blog postings. I left the company I was working for and have created a company to sell unique urban farming products. My first product is a patent pending item I developed for the backyard chicken keepers. If you have a small flock, it may be of interest to you.

Ill launch the product in the next month and will post it to my blog as part of a broader marketing effort.

Good luck with your garden.


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