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Re: Fertilizing/ "Organic" Gardening

Well then, Clyde, I must have misunderstood your point and I owe you an 

In my own little world of organic home gardening, I mean simply this.  My 
garden receives a top dress of composted manure in the late winter and a top 
dress of shredded leaves from my own trees in the fall --- I do not use any 
other type of fertilizer.  For pests, I either hand pick or use a hot pepper 
spray made from Thai Purple Tiger peppers and vegetable oil.

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