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Old 08-26-2008, 04:31 AM   #11
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Berribrite is right. We used to inspect our plants. Then we'd spend forever watering and weeding. When you have many gardens for profit that was very time consuming. The best thing we learned was that we don't have to water our plants at all. It is however necessary to weed them every day. But yes It would nice to own a sprinkler system provided it was a one click to operate. I am all in favor of them finding a way to sell back our crops in larger quantities. One by one with hundreds of strawberries gets old day after day. I would love to see addtional crops available for us to grow.
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Old 08-26-2008, 05:12 AM   #12
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I think ganz should make a farming Irrigation system for a fair price for all of us gardeners with large crops.The kind that is on wheels ond rolls through the fields, it would cut out alot of time watering each plant . I also think they should make more plants to grow,like green beans ,peas,squash,asparagus and even berry bushes for blueberries and raspberries and fruit trees for apples, oranges,cherries and grape vines. They need new items in the gardening department. That is my opinion,what is yours?
Hi jsebaker, You never have to water your garden. I never do, I just rake and harvest. That should save you lots of time.
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Old 08-26-2008, 06:14 AM   #13
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A sprinkler is a great idea, if you just turn it on, it would be on until you went and turned it off.
Then, walah! Your garden is watered.
Another thing that I've been thinking of is, wouldn't it be cool if the Farm Tractor could actually work on the gardens?
Like, almost weed it?
I know, it's silly. But it would be pretty awesome, don'tcha think?!
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