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Re: Alfalfa Pellets

I don't know about vole problems, but I do know my hosta are growing 
particularly well with alfalfa. Van Wade swears by it and uses on all his 
plants. I do water it down so it breaks up and scratch it into the top layer 
of soil. I have rabbits who love the lawn clover, so I'm sure there are other 
critters around, but after 4 years
of use, I've not run into problems. (As an example of the results: I have a 
Bressingham blue that I thought had reached full size after 5 or 6 years; 
after alfalfa
use it grew another 4 or 5 inches.) There are several studies available on 
the internet discussing this as a growth stimulant. Gail
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