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August 13, 2010

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Wink Lorch

Great idea, Amy and a perfect length for the short attention span most of us have now. Keep up the educational aspect and make sure your dog(s) always star too ;)

Gimel Philippe

Congrats Amy for the video.
I feel exactely the same than you when I remove weeds coz' I think they are part of the biodiversity in our organic vineyard. But from time to time it is also good to regive to the soil what the vines take.
See U later for another tasting :-)
Philippe

Brett Jones

One has to be cruel to be kind. Those poor vines had suffered long enough so you're doing the right thing.
Like the videos - well done!

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