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Eliot Coleman and his un-heated/heated greenhouse commercial crops. Business? Here are more than a few ideas if you are in the cold climate. This is terribly interesting. 2 hours in duration. Please leave comments and get a thread going.
 
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One to watch later, thanks Kai.
 
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As said, this is very, very informative and I have watched through it twice. My home being at 58 degrees N this is exactly the kind of information-packed seminar recording I look for. Much recommended if you have a snowy cold climate for 2-4 months a year.
 
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Now with winter in the Northern hemisphere I thought this particular video would be good to bring up again as a usefull recource.
 
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Hi Kai, I've embedded the video here...
 
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Judith Browning wrote:Hi Kai, I've embedded the video here...




oh thanks.... I just did do that imbedding thing.... but I made it in a completely new topic... woops. have to delete that now.

Thanks.! It's a great seminar. Very interesting.



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Watched a few minutes but will have to finish it later when the kids aren't doing their schoolwork. Off the wall observation. His voice seemed familiar and was driving me nuts for a couple of minutes until I remembered. He sounds a lot like the guy from the tv series Alf.

 
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