[NAFEX] Accurate well defined hardiness map.

Erdman, Jim ErdmanJ at uwstout.edu
Fri Dec 23 08:28:47 EST 2005

What I was l ooking for is a map that can be enlarged enough so I can tell where I am located in relation to the boundaries.  The on-line maps have so little detail I can't figure out the counties.  I realize how imprecise the zones are, I would just like a map that can be enlarged so I can see what is there.


In a message dated 12/22/2005 8:01:49 PM US Eastern Standard Time, megdanh at comcast.net writes:

	   Here's my 2 cents worth.  I'm guessing that these maps are accurate and mean exactly what they say they mean.  They just don't mean what we want them to mean


Hi Dan,

You may have missed the question that started all this. They were looking for a map that had precise zone lines, defining the line between each zone. I assume they wanted a map that broke it down maybe county by county. You and I are both correct, my answer pertained more to why a zone map showing precise lines would be nearly meaningless. You also answered that indirectly while dealing with the basis for each zone. 


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