Lettuce/salad greens harvest containers, washing devices and large spinner (sources needed)

Jill Taylor Bussiere jdt at itol.com
Sun Sep 3 13:23:03 EDT 2000

Thanks LL,
    I was just wondering if it were a CSA produce grower that I know in

> On Sun, 3 Sep 2000 07:59:55 -0500, "Jill Taylor Bussiere"
> <jdt at itol.com> wrote:
> >
> >Do you remember what the grower's name was, or where he was located?
> It was Larry's Farm and his last name will come to me eventually. I
> think the location may be in Iowa somewhere as I seem to have seen
> some business names with Iowa locations in the video. When I remember
> his full name I'll post it here. It would be easy to go to the PBS
> website and look for info on the show and/or look for a URL for
> Karen's Perennial Gardener show.
> He grew baby salad greens, other vegetables and many thousands of
> garlic plants, different varieties. Much info on growing, harvesting
> and storing garlic plus a book recommendation. They string tied
> bundles of pulled garlic, whole plants, for drying, which was done
> in a large grain drying shed. They tied the bundles to very heavy
> welded galvanized wire sheets set up vertically as walls/partitions
> within the shed arranged for good air flow for drying.
> A friend videotaped the show so I hope to get a copy and will take
> notes.
> LL
> Lawrence F. London, Jr. Venaura Farm ICQ#27930345
> lflondon at mindspring.com    london at metalab.unc.edu
> http://metalab.unc.edu/ecolandtech    Ecolandtech
> http://metalab.unc.edu/permaculture  Permaculture
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