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RE: Tips from George Schmid


Diane,

$10 for a tiny bag??? Whoa!

I buy "Water Saver" from Home Depot in a 2 pound container..I'm sure I
didn't pay a fortune for it.

First thing that occurs to me is that mixing the rehydrated granules into
the bottom 1/3 of the pot would encourage deep rooting, which putting it in
the up part of the soil would not.

Gerry

At 10:19 AM 4/7/01 -0500, you wrote: 
>>>>
Instructions on my small pack of gel thangs ($10 for a  tiny bag!!) said
not to mix them in the upper 1/3 of the pot.  
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