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Re: alfalfa

Preston Littleton wrote:
>     I have had a great increase in growth since I have started using
> Organic Alfalfa (a dietary supplement. I have not run a scientific
> study so I can't be sure how much the alfalfa has helped. I soak two
> 500mg tablets to allow them to dissolve before adding Peter's
> fertilizer. Then I just water away!!
>     I started using alfalfa after reading "Alfalfa and Triacontanol as
> a Plant Stimulant" - (from a lecture by D. L. Hinerman,M.D.) in the
> 1996-1997 Van Wade catalog. The article was originally submitted to
> the Great Lakes Regional Editor by Clarence Owens of Jackson,
> Michigan. Many benefits are listed including doubling of weights of
> plants and up to 3 years growth in one growing season.
>      Has anybody else tried this and what have been the results?
> Preston Littleton
> Seaford DE
> zone 7

Wow! If this is true, I will start usining it ASAP!

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