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Re: can we talk... Now cuttings-

And don't forget the wasps that he brought in to get rid of the insect problem.....I still chuckle when I think about that e-mail.

Zemuly@aol.com wrote:
In a message dated 7/6/2004 3:31:37 AM Central Standard Time, jsinger@igc.org 
When I lived in a colder clime, I found that an inexpensive hydroponic 
garden with a "gro-light" was a great way to over-winter cuttings of 
basil, impatiens, and other stuff. The whole set up was about $20

Now, Jim, is that all you grew hydroponically? 


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