Worldflower Garden Domes

N e w s l e t t e r  N o. 14

January 3, 2001

Happy New Year!

For a very enlightening study, read Empty Harvest By Dr. Bernard Jenson and Mark Anderson for valuable information about nutrition, health, environment and the sad condition of our modern commercial farming practices. Here is an excerpt from the book:
http://www.microsoil.com/empty_harvest_exerpt.htm

An organic garden can help you have a healthy lifestyle. Make one of our Garden Domes for year-round production of organically grown produce for your family and friends. Grow fresh food that is rich in vitamins and minerals and free from pesticides and herbicides. Save money and be self sufficient. See - Y2K and Domes and my Health Page
If you need maximium insulation in your Garden Dome (northern climates), ask us about twin wall polycarbonate Thermoglazing. The best low cost alternative is our translucent woven poly tarp "Super Poly" that is now available in 12 mil thicknes that is stronger and will last longer than the 10  mil. - see Super Poly

Here is a collection of gardening links of interest.

Horticultural Solutions, University of Illinois
http://www.garden.org/
http://www.gardeningplaces.com
http://www.gardenguides.com
http://mastergardeners.com
http://www.agrisurf.com
Texas Bird Watcher
My Garden by Tom H. Robb
icangarden.com
Cornell Center for the Environment
http://www.gardenweb.com
Tom Clothier's Garden Walk and Talk
Virtual Garden

Seed resources
 http://www.seedman.com
 http://www.ferry-morse.com
 http://trees-seeds.com
 http://www.parkseed.com/
 http://trees-seeds.com



Happy New Year!!
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