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    Sat Mar 16, 2002 12:25 pm Groupie
    Also known as Cold Frames. I think I might give these a go rather than the black plastic for the tomatoes and peppers. Anyone ever used one of these? Di
    Sat Mar 16, 2002 1:16 pm Groupie
    Di, we were just looking at these yesterday. I think it would be great.
    I would also be interested to hear the pros and cons.
    Sun Mar 17, 2002 9:00 am Groupie
    Hey there Ines-I talked to a guy up the street last night and he uses one. It's so cool up here that tomatoes and peppers dont show well. He says he gets tomatoes as early as the second week in July! He also does not take it down during the growing season. Di
    Mon Mar 18, 2002 12:38 pm Groupie
    My boss uses them in the spring. First they start the plants inside and move them out in the cold frame in early may. They work pretty good but you need to make sure if frost is coming you still bring them in. I think they help more as a hardening off kind of thing.
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