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Now's the time to start seedlings for spring planting

1:00 PM, Mar. 5, 2014
Terry Moscinski plants tomato seeds at Reeves Greenhouse in Wisconsin Rapids this week.
Terry Moscinski plants tomato seeds at Reeves Greenhouse in Wisconsin Rapids this week.
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The 72-degree temperature inside Reeves Greenhouse in Wisconsin Rapids is a stark contrast to the below freezing temperatures and snow-covered grounds outside.

With Old Man Winter giving central Wisconsin just about all it can handle, it might be difficult to imagine green grass and blooming gardens. But there are signs of spring - daylight saving time began at 2 a.m. today and temperatures, hopefully, will be on the increase, with piles of snow starting to decrease.

That said, now is a good time to breathe a little spring life into those winter doldrums and get a head start on those gardens, ...

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