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Re: Polymer Gels and Hostas

In a message dated 7/29/99 10:50:53 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
FrSch2533@aol.com writes:

<< .  She 
 assumed the paper covering soon disintegrated and left the stuff.  Anybody 
 heard of this one before?  I thought I might try it. >>

This is a neat idea!  The diapers are loaded with the little gel crystals and 
at what, eight dollars for a large bag of diapers, it may be worth trying.  
Let me know if you do, and what the results are.

Lori Johnson 
Buffalo, NY where we are near drought and the 35 yr. old maple tree in front 
of my house has wilted leaves!
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