First Christian Church of Antelope Valley
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First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Antelope Valley, California, was founded in 1955. We like to think of our church as a family. We encourage you to visit our worship services and study sessions. See Calendar of Events for a complete list of activities. Our worship services are traditional, but informal.

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First Christian Church is part of the Disciples of Christ denomination. The Bible is central to our belief, our life, and our witness. One of our slogans is "No creed but Christ". Another is "in essentials unity, in non-essentials liberty, and in all things love". Our essential confession is that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior. We believe that anyone who confesses faith in Christ is part of His church and that all of us, regardless of denomination, should work together for God's Kingdom. "We do not claim to be the only Christians, but Christians only." This thoughtful approach to Christianity provides a place where people in search of an intelligent faith are comfortable.

Our symbol is the chalice with a cross. The chalice expresses how important communion with Christ is to us, especially as experienced through weekly observance of the Lord's Supper. The cross is tilted to show our willingness to take up the cross and follow the Lordship of Christ.



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Tools To Planting Potatoes - Tools To Planting Potatoes - Home Page

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2008 Picking Order

1st Marie & Steve
2nd Marie & Steve
3rd Mag & John
4th Marty & Sharon
5th Tim
6th Marty & Sharon
 

 

Pick 1 week at a time from each of the time frames until all are taken

 
Winter

34 weeks or 5.6 weeks per share

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12 weeks or 2 weeks per share

Pre/Post Summer

6 weeks or 1 week per share

Holidays included in the above
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Names go on the first day of the respective week.

Pre/Post and Summer Weeks run Saturday to Saturday

 

Check in is 2 pm

Check out is 11 am

Winter weeks run Friday to Friday which allows for weekend use.

 

 

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After any horse-trading of weeks, please email me the results so they can be posted on the calendar.

The latest horse trade is....

NorEaster

12 May 2008

 

 

Planting: when planting potatoes in rows, always use a straight edge such as a string line or a board with spacings marked off. a garden trowel or scoop are the right tools for making a suitably sized hole for planting.
http://www.the-organic-gardener.com/planting-potatoes.html


Growing potatoes; gardeners are growing potatoes again because choice & flavour beat all you can buy. get the tips that deliver a big crop plus links to garden shed tools & sheds; plant catalogs ; you can have an amazing garden when you get planting. this page details a few top plant catalogs available online.
http://www.the-organic-gardener.com/

A container that has a diameter of about 20 inches works well for planting potatoes, allowing room for a few plants to flourish. make sure your container has adequate drainage holes that are equally spaced to prevent the container from cracking. tools and equipment required
http://www.doityourself.com/stry/container-gardening--potato-p

Victorian range potato planter - made to an old english design, the tool is made of steel with beechwood handles. an opening cup allows hole penetration and planting to be done accurately and quickly. if you intend to grow and plant potatoes and have potato planter plans, then for best practice in garden tools
http://www.gardentoolsforallseasons.com/garden%20tools/potato%

Growing potatoes is not difficult. although potatoes are relatively inexpensive to purchase, but growing your own potatoes is the best way to ensure they will not have been exposed to excessive chemicals while growing. hoes and other tools planting and companion planting
http://growingpotatos.org/


Topic tags/keywords: question potatoes planting gardening tools and accessories - not sure what the right tool is for the job? this forum is the place to discuss tools a
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Write now article tools early spring is the time for planting potatoes. in fact, they can be planted as soon as the ground is able to be tilled, know something about a complete guide to growing and planting potatoes? we want to hear your view. write now!
http://www.helium.com/items/1845283-a-complete-guide-to-growin

Like i say, don't be misled by expensive advertised tools you don't need, a wooden tool to do this costs upwards of $30 - ehow.com's method costs $zero. what we are planting are certified "seed" potatoes. potato seeds are simply selected, disease-free potatoes.
http://newsblaze.com/story/20090404144946mcco.nb/topstory.html

By national gardening association editors fall potato planting tools & equipment
http://www.garden.org/foodguide/browse/veggie/potatoes_plantin


  • Planting first early potatoes it’s great for other tasks as well, like pulling a trench of fine soil prior to planting the potatoes. tools & stuff (47)
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