In article <4kchd5$o8h at harbinger.cc.monash.edu.au>,
Tooraj Enayati <tooraj at daneel.rdt.monash.edu.au> wrote:
>daniels at Starbase.NeoSoft.COM (Brad Daniels) writes:
>>Thanks! I'll see if I can find some. Looks like my dreams of growing
>>it myself are not to be fulfilled... Apparently, the tree requires at
>>least 500 hours of freezing temperatures each year, and we only get
>>around 1/10 of that around here.
>>Zereshk! (Sorry I had to say Zereshk - looked so appropriate) 500 hours
>of freezing temp? Who gave you this idea? We get 0 hours of freezing
>temp and they grow just fine.
>>Now who came up with that magic number? That is 20.833333 days!
No... I'm talking about AlbAloo/sour cherry. As to where the number
came from, I was talking to someone who used to grow the things in
Wisconsin (or was in Michigan - I forget), and that's just the number
people throw around... No idea how exact it is.
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