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Gardening Interest Up During Outbreak?

Due to the coronavirus outbreak and people sheltering in place, one thing that has come out of this is an interest in gardening…

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Emil Baldoni runs Weiss Brothers Nursery in Grass Valley. He says tomatoes, peppers, squash, artichokes, and even blueberries grow well here. You can even start a small garden for kids with beans or peas, which are easy to grow. Baldoni says, though, it’s still a little early to plant, but there’s one sure way to tell…

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He says you should be able to start planting in the next couple of weeks or so. Weiss Brothers is open, and has been deemed an essential business because of agriculture. Revenue is down, and Baldoni says he’s considered applying for financial assistance…

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Baldoni says they have not had to lay off any employees.


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