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Re: Seed Viability and Zel Tol

  • Subject: Re: Seed Viability and Zel Tol
  • From: NardaA@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 20:09:54 EST

In a message dated 3/10/02 7:41:40 PM Eastern Standard Time, CCREDUX@aol.com 

<< Is Zel Tol (I am not sure I am spelling this correctly) , the nematicide 
 that is written about in the recent  Tri-State and New England newsletters, 
 available at some popular garden centers or does one order it?

Clyde, that is the stuff, but I think it is called Zero Tol, nope that does 
not sound right either.  It is supposed to be great stuff and you should be 
able to purchase it at or have it ordered if you ask -at your greenhouse, 
garden center.....  Let me know if that does not work out for you because my 
friend down I-74 from you has ordered it for Betty and I and would probably 
order for you too if you want.  N.

Oh, yeah, you must be living under a lucky star to get those old seeds to 
germinate.  Let us know what you get.

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