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Re: Superthrive


At 12:09 PM 7/15/98 -0400, you wrote:
>I did...so was this  product responsible for the rehab. of my plants,
>or the fact that I used a  fertilizer each time I used it? Anyhow, just
>been thinking about this, and wondering if anyone  had any comment! Thanks,
>Barbara 

Hi; I use Superthrive without fertilizing (I seldom use fertilizer, as my
soil tests indicate little need).  Believe me, there is a noticeable
difference between the areas where I have used it and the areas I missed,
even after two seasons.


Sheila Smith
mikecook@pipeline.com
Niles, MI  USA, Z 5/6

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