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Re: Seed tray domes

Just a quick correction... it's http://www.charleysgreenhouse.com/
It's spelled a bit differently than the standard "Charlie", so it's kind of hard to find doing an Internet search.  They're close by where I live, I drool as I drive by...


On Sun, 26 November 2000, HoroRL@aol.com wrote:

> Hi, All:
> Try Charlie's Greenhouse Supplies, <A HREF="www.charliesgreenhose.com">
> www.charliesgreenhose.com</A>, for domes for the standard 1020 tray.  They 
> also carry a 6" high dome for a 11" x 11" tray

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