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Re: Original (?) posting re USDA zone map

Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:
Here's the first I can find from Avent, again to John Bryan who
posed the original question re applicability of the Zone Map:

Hey Jim,

Do you know if they're going to make the data that they used to create the maps publicly available?

It would be great for a Web site like hort.net to tell you your hardiness
zone just by typing in your zip code.

Don't know; why don't you ask Tony himself ? But one of his messages
says they are planning to do via the web just what you wish. And if they
do, couldn't hort.net act as a proxy for it ? That is, if they put a
zip lookup on their site, you could have a zip lookup box on hort net, transfer
the zip to USDA web lookup, parse the result, and feed the zone back to the
hort.net requestor.
Jim Fisher
Vienna, Virginia USA
38.9 N 77.2 W
USDA Zone 7
Max. 95 F [36 C], Min. 10 F [-12 C]

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