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NAFA bags repurposed #7588349
05/21/22 09:56 PM
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So, when nafa went under I cabbaged onto a large pile of the big nafa poly bags.


For no other reason than they're very handy.



If you have cages on your baby tomatoes, and a frost is coming (like tonight) they are almost perfect covers.



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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Marty B] #7588353
05/21/22 10:00 PM
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Funny you would bring this up. Covered some of my plants about an hour ago. LOL
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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Marty B] #7588357
05/21/22 10:06 PM
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Still have a couple. Use em to haul around frozen blocks of bait. And top lot certificates got used in the outhouse

Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Marty B] #7588361
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If your outside bow target comes apart they work great for a repair.

Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Marty B] #7588396
05/21/22 10:50 PM
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I still use them to ship fur-to FHA.


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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Boco] #7588416
05/21/22 11:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Boco
I still use them to ship fur-to FHA.



Last edited by Providence Farm; 05/22/22 01:36 AM.
Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Marty B] #7588425
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MANY moons ago I was a receiving agent for NAFA and they gave me boxes full of those bags. They have come in handy for a variety of projects.

Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Marty B] #7588426
05/21/22 11:50 PM
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The amazing thing to me is a frost in late May.


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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Marty B] #7588448
05/22/22 03:11 AM
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They are perfect game bags for moose pieces.

Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Swamp Wolf] #7588458
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Originally Posted by Swamp Wolf
The amazing thing to me is a frost in late May.

We lost 70 percent of a grape crop one year to a June freeze


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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Swamp Wolf] #7588471
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Originally Posted by Swamp Wolf
The amazing thing to me is a frost in late May.


We have what the old timers call the "3 witches" or 3 ice queens"


It's a series of 3 frosts/freezes. Once they happen it is safe to plant the garden.


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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: elkaholic] #7588497
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Originally Posted by elkaholic
Originally Posted by Swamp Wolf
The amazing thing to me is a frost in late May.


We have what the old timers call the "3 witches" or 3 ice queens"


It's a series of 3 frosts/freezes. Once they happen it is safe to plant the garden.


Here we expect 3 snows on a robbins toes.

Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Swamp Wolf] #7588502
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Originally Posted by Swamp Wolf
The amazing thing to me is a frost in late May.

Heck, I had snow earlier in the week. It didn't stick, but it did a couple weeks ago. Too wet to till yet, but we are still getting frost regularly. On a normal year you don't want to plant until around the first of June, and this is a late spring. And always have some old sheets handy to cover the garden if it decides to freeze.

Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Swamp Wolf] #7588507
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Originally Posted by Swamp Wolf
The amazing thing to me is a frost in late May.


Surprised?

The ice has only been off the lake for 10 days or so lol.

Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Swamp Wolf] #7588525
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Originally Posted by Swamp Wolf
The amazing thing to me is a frost in late May.

Y'all got tomatoes yet? Saw my first blooms this week. Overall been cool spring this year so growth is slow.


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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Marty B] #7588554
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I had 30-32 the last three mornings along with snow rain mix. Friday it snowed pretty hard for about half the day. It was melting as it hit the ground at first, but started to build on the grass. I am trying to get a greenhouse put up to extend my growing season on each end. It has been a slow build with the weather. It is clear today, so maybe I can gain some.


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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Boco] #7588556
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Originally Posted by Boco
I still use them to ship fur-to FHA.






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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Swamp Wolf] #7589215
05/23/22 07:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Swamp Wolf
The amazing thing to me is a frost in late May.



May 25th here is our safe date.after that you're pretty good


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Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Marty B] #7589238
05/23/22 08:47 AM
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i sell them for 50 dollars each

Re: NAFA bags repurposed [Re: Boco] #7589243
05/23/22 09:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Boco
I still use them to ship fur-to FHA.


That's funny.

We use Fur Harvester bags to haul sheep (This word is unacceptable on Trapperman) in for the garden. smile


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