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The word Compleat

Question I'm interested in the concept, but the word "compleat" suggests a British origin.  Please clarify if the software is applicable to my tropical zone.
Answer In fact, the software is an American product.

The word "Compleat" is not simply an odd spelling for the word "Complete".  "Compleat" is an adjective for describing a "highly developed or wide-ranging skill or proficiency" (The American Heritage Dictionary).  This is a quality that describes both the software and the people who use it.

Yes, the software is applicable to all plant hardiness zones.

Last reviewed November 07, 2009   


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