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Monday - July 25, 2011

From: Rogue River, OR
Region: Northwest
Topic: Herbs/Forbs
Title: Error on message from Rogue River OR
Answered by: Barbara Medford

QUESTION:

Previous message regarding sweet peas and how to get them growing was submitted with wrong state - It went out Rouge River, Rhode Island -- Should have been Rouge River, Oregon

ANSWER:

We are sorry, but we were unable to find a previous question on sweet peas for either Rouge River or Rogue River.

 

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