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Re: Fertilizing

In a message dated 8/21/99 11:23:54 PM Central Daylight Time, 
wilddog@venus.net writes:

<< The soil you waste is the soil that will starve your grand kids.

If my grandchildren ever need to ploy this place under to grow their food, I 
am confident they would make me proud by growing enough to perhaps feed the 
underprivileged of Indianapolis as well.  One thing we all agree on, and that 
is our soil continually needs replenishment of nutrients.  How we accomplish 
that goal is at the discretion of the tender.  

Patsy Stygall
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