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Re: Concrete mix

Haven't tried this recipe yet, but it's from a book on trough gardening.
use a 2:3:3 ratio of cement, peat moss and perlite measured by volume. That comes out to 30 pounds cement, 1 cubic foot peat moss and 1.5 cubic feet perlite plus enough water to make it moist.  I was planning on trying it out myself this year.
-----Original Message-----
From: Dash <dash@rochester.rr.com>
To: Hosta Group <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Thursday, March 04, 1999 6:03 PM
Subject: Concrete mix

Does anyone have the recipe for the lightweight concrete you can use to make troughs? I think it either has peatmoss or perlite in it.
John Dash
Fairport NY
Where we got socked with 28 inches of snow in 12 hours today.

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