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Re: soil types and pH

In a message dated 9/4/03 9:30:26 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<< These plants you want to grow take a LOWER pH, they like acidic soil.  
like a pH of 4.5-6, some will even take as low as 3.  It's not hard to alter 
your pH temporarily.  Keeping it that way is what can be difficult. >>

Kitty, can you guess the state my mind is in this morning.  We move my mother 
tomarrow and I have been in the depths of reducing, boxing and working to 
help her adjust.  Also,I just rcd a call my oldest granddaughter was in an 
accident with her new car and her first fender bender.  She is fine but the air bags 
did go off and of course her car must repaired.  Not much work to the car 
body but I understand it is expensive to restore the air bags and when they go 
off it breaks the windshield which I did not know.  That may be only a function 
of her auto.  She was ticketed (her first) because she rear ended the car 
ahead of her.  The light turned green but he did not go.  She is really upset 
about the ticket & her car.

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