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THE FAMILY PLOT

The Family Plot: Growing Fruit & Vegetables

  • Aired: 04/23/2012
  • 26:32
  • Rating: NR
This week on The Family Plot, Chris Cooper and his guests, Tom Mashour - Master Gardener and Carol Reese - UT Extension specialist at the West Tennessee Research Center in Jackson, talk about growing your own vegetable transplants from seeds and growing fruit in your backyard.
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Horticulturist Dr. Chris Cooper and guests discuss gardening in the Mid-South.
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