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PAGE 6 April 7, 20.1. ..... . A---- ....... ......... Soil temperatures needed for germination By BethBerlin, until the seedling appears. For !i: ....... llofMExtension example according to research ii We had a glimpse of an earlydone by ].F. Harrington, spring, but then temperatures University of Calif. at Davis, a dipped back down to close to nor- carrot planted at one-half inch mal. Many gardeners were ready that germinated in 41 degrees F to get a jump start on their gar- soil took 51 days for the seed- dens when it was so warm in early ling to appear while only 17 days March. Although the frost is out when the soil temperature was early this year, soils need to reach 50 degrees F. a specific temperature in order for Other crops such as tomato and seeds to germinate, peppers in a typical year need to Here is a list of common vege- be started indoors or purchased as tables and the minimum and opti- a transplant because of the num- mal soil temperatures for seed ber of days to maturity. Read your Triple Owners: Deb Reinert alongwith 14 investors Founded: Feb. 27, 2007 ~es: We have 38 employees What do we do? We are a restaurant providing breakfast, lunch and dinner. We also have a private area for graduation parties, groom's dinners, baptisms, birthdays, anniversary parties, reunions, meetings, and just about anything else. We are open 7 days a week, from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. We serve Sunday brunch, and have weekly specials like our Tuesday pasta bar that's been a great hit for nearly a year now. What sets us apart? Most of our items are either Triple R manager Nina Greiner and owner Deb Reinert. home-made or hand-cut. We use "fresh" whenever we can; boxed and canned are not in our vocabulary. Our private area that can seat 52 people is definitely a plus. We also have a corner decorated in honor of Kimball grad and world-champion athlete "Monster" Mike Schultz, and his own "Monster Mike" burger on the menu. Who are our customers? Our restaurant is more eta family, casual-dining diner. There are fundraiser stops, whether on motorcycle or snowmobile, and several groups make use of our private area for functions. Community involvement: Along with the Booster Club, we support many of the school sports activities and prom; we also support the Kimball Lions Club, local food shelf, senior dining, and Kimball Days. We also host a Christmas Eve meal for residents at Heritage House, and a Thanksgiving meal for anyone who is alone or in need. And I was one of the organizers of Kimball Days for 13 years. Contact into.: Tel. (320) 398-7778; email, and web OPENS: Man. April 4 / CLOSES: Thu. April 14 J 7PM AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Due to Dave's health issues, he has decided to retire and has rented out his land. Most of the equipment was purchased locally. Complete terms, lot listings and photos at LOCATION: 73681 323r St., South Haven, MN PREVIEW & LOADOUT: By appointment germination: seed packets to know specifics for Crop Min. (F) Optimal (F) that variety. For example, some Bean 60 60-85 varieties of tomato mature in Beet 40 50-85 57 days where others require Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower 70 days or even longer, 40 45-85 To determine your soil tem- Corn 50 60-95 peratures, purchase a soil ther- Cucumber 60 60-95 mometer from a local vendor or Eggplant 60 75-95 online supplier. Success using Lettuce 35 40-80 other types of temperature gauges, Pea 40 40-75 such as a meat thermometer has Radish 40 45-90 shown some success as long as the Squash, Watermelon, Muskmelon thermometer reads lower temps. 60 70-95 For more information about Recognize that even if the gardening visit www.extension. minimum temperature is met, it may delay the number of days FIR RMS&SPORTING GOODS endin. April11 KIMBALL AREA MOVING ESTATE ending April 14 HARLEY FATBOY & YAMAHA ROYALSTAR ending April 18 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i i iii iii!i i!i:2iii: !i iii iiiiiiii iii!i!i i i ii ....... VE AUCT ONS I TRACTORS SPRAYER box update, New batteries in 2015, grain dryer, 730 bu./hr., 26' long, 2004 Ford NH TJ450, 4WD, CAH,Miller Fro 750 pull-type sprayer, 60' 2 seasons on New reverser, sieves, LP burner, 3 phase, used up to 2015 powershift, 4 hyd., front/rear diff lock, boom, 750 gal. tank, single nozzle, and chaffers, S/N679397 harvest, owner states in working order HID lights, engine mud screens, rearhyd. ddve pump. 3 section shut-off, 2005 JD 630F f,ex head, hyd.,ore/a,, .w manuats April 21- ESTATE - Howard Lake suitcase weights, (14) rear weights, induction cone foam markers Micro Headsight, highdam, stubble light kit, Phase-A-MaticRT-30rotaryphase Fishhouse; Guns; ATV; Trailer; Tools; Sporting Goods & More! Firestone 710/70R42 tires w/hub Trak MT-3400 monitor, Armstrong single pt. hookup, S/N712106 " converter, 30 hp., New duals, 4,219 hrs., less than 2,000 hrs. 13.6-38 tires 2003 Drago N8TR chopping corn TILI.~n~ I~tlIIIPMI:MT on new tires, New batteries in 2015, WATEPdSEEB TENREB head, 8x30", flex head, spring-loaded DMI T~rl~a;l=iel'd'cultivator 48 April 22- FARM AUCTION - AIoys Scheeler, Kimball S/NRVS0O2791 . deck plates 10 Series hookups two , =" . ' " I ~aT-~JnAA'~n own P^~ .-,, .~ Shop-budtwater/seedtender, 1,000 ==o~,~n= ~,n' .... h .... U.;,o~ l/2,doublewmgfold, TJD knock-on I ..... "~,'~,':' ~ ..... ?'.",~"?'~ gal polytank gaspump Westfield ~Z,~';"~,~ .................. sweeps 3-barharrow front gauge May 5- FARM ESTATE - New Germany range znyo ~pt qUlCKnltcn " ' ' " O/r~-'//~O wh I 'r ' ' I ..... '..2....-7,:- ,.;:;; .... 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