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Re: RE:Season extension - growing sub-tropical species in temperate climates

  • Subject: Re: [cg] RE:Season extension - growing sub-tropical species in temperate climates
  • From: Don Lambert <grower@flash.net>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2001 09:37:26 -0600

Vijay,

Sorry, I didn't get it right either.  The address had a space where it
should not have been.  Again:

http://community.dallasnews.com/dmn/growingpeople

Don


Don Lambert wrote:
> 
> Vijay,
> Even Dallas has cold weather in the winter.  Our Asians grow some crops
> that can take a lot of cold, like bunching onions, mustards, and
> lettuce, which they cover on the coldest days.  With very simple
> scrounged 2x4's they build structures and cover with poly plastic to get
> lemon grass, gingers, kafir lime, and many other plants through the
> winter.
> 
> The link to our website from John did not work for me.  Try:
> 
> http://community.dallasnews.com/dmn/growing people
> 
> I feel sorry for Southeast Asians that live way to the north, but I am
> sure that a little simple technology can make it possible to grow at
> least some of their favorite crops.   Good luck.
> 
> Don Lambert
> Gardeners in Community Development
> 
> John Herndon wrote:
> >
> > Vijay,
> > Steve Upsons work with season extending hoop houses might help.
> >
> > http://www.noble.org/ag/Horticulture/HoopHouse/Index.htm
> >
> > The Dallas Community Gardeners web site concerns itself with marketing Asian
> > veggies grown by Asians.
> >
> > http://community.dallasnews.com/servlet/dmn_ProcServ/DBPAGE=cge&GID=12022011
> > 160943288037598183
> >
> > Play around on both sites as there multiple pages and lots of info.
> > Good Luck,
> > John Herndon
> > Urban Harvest Coordinator
> > Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
> >
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