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Re: bermudagrass wars

on 9/2/03 8:48 PM, Kitty wrote:

.Clay soil

I remember back in the late 60's I had to make a trip to the Boston area for
our company & check on a shipment of azaleas we sent. While there, I notice
some azaleas from another grower that were "balled", no wrapping, & heeled
in 1/2 way in beds in this cold house. Upon inspection,  the root ball was
solid clay. The plants were beautiful. I found out they came from the
Carolina's. If I recall, it was gray in color & each plant weighed a "ton".

Tony Veca <>< 
Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
Vancouver, WA  USA

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