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Re: Re: gandules, Northern growing

  • To: "Libby J. Goldstein" <libby@igc.org>
  • Subject: Re: [cg] Re: gandules, Northern growing
  • From: "Pat Elazar" <Pat_Elazar@cwb.ca>
  • Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 16:18:50 -0500
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I'm glad you had more success with your gandulkes than I had with mine. All of
my pigeon pea seeds rotted in spite of my efforts to sprout them in the warmest
spot in my house (on top of the fridge). Sigh, perhaps they were too old or
maybe they were never matured sufficiently for sprouting... Maybe next year I'll
get some from your source.

"Libby J. Goldstein" <libby@igc.org> on 04/09/2001 04:01:07 PM
 To:      Adam36055@aol.com                                   
 cc:      community_garden@mallorn.com                        
 Subject: [cg] Re: gandules, ajies and Jose                   


Just to let you know. Juan sent me 3 kinds of gandules to try even
though USAID wisdom is that they should be started in February
(indoors, of course) here. Each kind has germinated so I'll be able
to test them this year and look for a crop next.

I actually ordered his aji dulce because they are excellent in
sofrito; although rocotillos will do in a pinch. Two of my three pots
have already germinated. It's so hot today, one is almost tempted to
set the wee things in the garden, but that will change...tomorrow.

Happy Holidays,

                    Philadelphia, PA

                        USDA zone 7A    Sunset zone 32

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