Hey everyone. I guess the cliché way to start is "long time reader, first time poster." anywho...
I've read other posts about growing food
and etc. on a boat being difficult and not worth the time and all that, so I'd rather not continue down that path.
One huge question I keep having pop into the head
is "IF you grow anything on your boat, do you run into problems with customs
?" Do you declare it, not declare it? Harvest it and toss it overboard
before reaching the countries waters and start over next time.
To me, a plant growing on a boat that doesn't come to shore, woudn't be an issue. But maybe that's why I'm not a customs
agent in the Bahamas
Would it really be a big hassle to have, say, a small Clementine tree growing in your stateroom?