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Re: [nafex] Bill's Nectar Peachcot

At 10:11 AM 03/21/2002 -0500, Claude wrote:
>Buy yourself one of these artificial snow machines that they use in ski
>centers, blow 6 feet of snow in your orchard, and the time required to melt
>the snow will delay bloom past the late freeze date...
>But I will agree with you that this method also has some inconveniences.

Thanks, Claude  8>)
Got any idea how long I'd have to keep that snow-maker running on those 
stretches of 70+ degree days we frequently get from time to time during 
January, February, and March?
Might have to keep that sucker running full-time to stay ahead of the 
melting process.  LOL.

Guess I could move it over to the pond dam(the only spot steep enough to 
sled down) on cold days, but I'd have to move the fence at the bottom of 
the dam to keep the kids from getting decapitated or shocked when they got 
to the bottom.

Lucky Pittman
USDA Zone 6
Hopkinsville, KY

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