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REF: Root retardant fabric

  • Subject: REF: Root retardant fabric
  • From: HoroRL@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 8 Jan 2003 12:22:01 EST

Happy New Year, one and all:

Awhile back there was a discussion about growing bags and/or root retardant 
fabric.  Please find below information where one could buy root retardant 
fabric: "I purchased the copper impregnated landscape root pruning fabric 
MacKenzie Nursery Supply.  Their web address is:
http://www.mnsinc.cc/   Look for GeoTextiles in their product list.  The
fabric is manufactured by a company called Texel, and is sold in various
forms (rolls, bags, discs, and squares).

Although they bill themselves as a wholesale supplier, MacKenzie also sells
to the home gardener.  There is no minimum order size."

This information is from a recent posting from a daylily newsgroup.


Rich Horowitz
Stoughton MA

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