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Re: large?

I believe Guinness based their calculations on number of plots, since
apparently both contenders are of similar size. Both are predominently
vegetable gardens.

I think we're fixating on "large" because "large" was what was asked.


 At 9:42 AM -0400 7/25/00, Betsy Johnson wrote:
>Adam et al,
>How are you defining large -- # of plots? acreage?  number of gardeners
>involved? number of non-gardening neighbors involved? quantity of vegetables
>or flowers grown?  quanity of produce donated?  number of educational
>programs offered? number of crimes prevented?  Is a "garden" only at a
>single site or the collection of an organization's multiple sites?   Why
>focus on "large" -- there are many more important qualities by which to
>describe gardens?
>community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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