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RE: Cold Shoulder

  • Subject: [cg] RE: Cold Shoulder
  • From: JSBMH2@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 2 Nov 2002 10:27:51 EST

Alex,
I have used box freezers for worm bins, drilling plenty of holes in the bottom for drainage.  Works great.  They are well insulated, but they don't breath so there is a trade off.  Certainly worth a try though.  I could envision removing the top and replacing it with clear poly or a hard greenhouse sheet or glass, filling the bed half way and using it as a cold frame type structure.
Keep us informed on your experiments.
All the best,
John
Buffalo Rome Farm




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