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hort.net link report for 11 January, 1999


Added to http://www.hort.net/food/vegetables/

   THE GARDEN OBSERVATORY

   Comprehensive vegetable gardening site, maintained by Steven in
   Michigan. Site includes online bookstore, watering tips, weed
   control, composting tips, seed sources, and some information about
   container gardening. Also includes a list of what seeds the owner
   plants in his current-year garden, with status reports of planting
   date, harvesting date, harvest yield, etc. as well as lots and lots
   of links.

      http://home.ici.net/~automan/garden/garden.htm

Added to http://www.hort.net/food/fruits/

   USA PEARS

   The Pear Bureau Northwest is a great source of information about
   pears. This organization, dedicated to increased public knowledge
   about USA-grown pears, has all kinds of links to pear-growing tips,
   educational programs for children, and wonderful recipes. We can't
   wait to try the Pear Cranberry Pie or the Comice Pear Bread Pudding!

      http://www.usapears.com/


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