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Re: Gloves or not?


As a soil ecologist, it is my favorite perfume. One of the things I
especially like is that it smells different in different places. It's great
here in TN, almost non-existent in NY State, but IMHO, the smell of
Illinois in June beats them all...

Gerry

At 09:42 AM 6/18/00 -0400, you wrote:
>No gloves unless working on roses, then not always. I enjoy how plant
>material and soil feels. Besides, some very helpful soilborne fungi maybe
>getting absorbed; penicillin and friends. I also like the way soil smells.
>Does anyone else enjoy that fragrance ?
>Ron
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