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Celeste or Dave Anderson (chilehed1@powernet.net)
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 10:56:31 +0000

We used Wall-O-Waters with great success for several years. We planted 
our seeds indoors on February 15, and transplanted on April 15th, 
removing the Wall-O-Waters after our average last frost date of May 
15th. This gave us an extra month on the growing season.

This year we have a greenhouse! We started seeds on 12/31 and have 
little chiles and tomatoes galore. Should be eating fresh ripe 
tomatoes in May.

If you have a short growing season and want to get ahead of your 
neighbors, I highly recommend the Wall-O-Waters. Fill them with water 
while they are sitting around an upside-down 5 gallon plastic bucket.

Dave Anderson
Tough Love Chile Co.

> Would be interested in hearing how you do with wall of water protectants? I
> tried them one year and really didn't see it done any more good than a
> gallon plastic milk jug with the top cut off.  Perhaps I done something
> wrong.  We seem to have so much wind here in Iowa so all tender plants need
> protection.  My chilis are still in front room in window sill on the
> electric blanket and doing fairly well.  Garden is still too muddy to
> rototill or even think of planting.
> Joanne