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user 5866147
Buxton, ME
Post #: 5
I'm new to gardening and have started 2 beautiful rhubarb plants this year. I just read about forcing alternating rhubarb plants in winter to achieve a good harvest in spring. What do you think about this practice, good idea or not?

Thanks for any input.
A former member
Post #: 671
I've never tried it but I was thinking of moving one of my plants next maybe this would be a good time to try it. I found what seems to be a very good set of directions here: http://www.rhubarb-ce...­ What fun to have some fresh rhubarb in December!
user 5866147
Buxton, ME
Post #: 7
Thanks Mary, this does look like a great discussion of it I'm going to wait until my plants are more mature and then give it a try.
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