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REF: Sunset Zones.

In a message dated 12/6/00 6:03:41 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gerrysnyder@mediaone.net writes:

<< Sunset zones try to take into account all agriculturally important
 aspects of climate, including winter lows, summer highs, humidity, etc.
 Therefore the zone numbers are not in any nice linear pattern like the USDA 
zones. >>

Gerry and Rosalie,
       I have a copy of The Sunset National Garden Book, and have found it to 
be the most accurate of modern gardening works.  It takes into account that 
there are major differences between, for example, Zone 8b Florida and Zone 8b 

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.         [Low 23 F, High 66 F]

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