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Re: Basil


It's too hot for soup. :) Walnut pesto does sound nice, though.

Unfortunately, I'm an hour and a half away from T'boro now... a mite far for basil, even a metric ton of the stuff. Maybe the farmer's market in town?
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I emailed my brother to see if he needs any. I'll let you know unless he comes here and talks to you himself.
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He says they had a good year with basil too. Usually it gets chewed up by the bugs but not this time. Could it be the hot dry Summer?
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It's a really good year for tomato horn worms in Andover. Six plants, and I've picked off THIRTEEN of the things so far... in T-boro I never found more than one or two a year, and they were usually covered with little parasite cocoons, so I left them. No such luck here... the chickens like them, though. :batangel:
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I've been a bad WOffLer. Your basil all gone?
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Rosemary is crushed...
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when basil leaves.
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