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Saturday, January 19, 2008

Swap shop

Posted By on Sat, Jan 19, 2008 at 4:08 PM

There may be no free lunch, but there are free blackberry plants. If I can sell a car on the web, surely the publisher can move some blackberry plants. A note from Farmer Al Leveritt of the Green Acres Plantation near Otto::

I’m digging up a 120 feet of Arapaho blackberry roots today because they are too close to the raspberries. Why don’t you put on the blog that these are available free either this afternoon or tomorrow, first come. They can call me at 580-4212. These are U of A bred big ass domestic berries.

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