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Re: Pro Mix/Green Sand

In a message dated 4/13/2000 9:19:26 PM Central Daylight Time, RBRSSR@aol.com 

<< In a message dated 04/11/2000 9:57:27 PM Central Daylight Time, 
 CCREDUX@aol.com writes:
 <<  Green sand is a sand found off of NJ coast. It is a good nurtrient and 
  blue hostas bluer, >>
 At the time of planting, or will top dressing work? >>

 Either method will work. I apply it to hostas already planted. Also, I 
incorporate into soil when planting a hosta. You can scratch it in or simply 
apply around base. It is a very fine grauluar so watering will cause it to be 
absorbed. You cannot use TOO much.
I like it because it serves another purpose==makes soil more friable.

Clyde Crockett z5 
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