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Compost Tea

  • Subject: Compost Tea
  • From: SMRDH@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 11:56:15 EDT

I have been hearing a lot about "Compost Tea" lately. Is anyone familiar with 
it, are you using it? Are you seeing a difference in your plants? I'm hearing 
a lot of hype and I wondering how much of it is true, or is it a gimmick? A 
local nursery wants $5.00/gallon (if you bring your own container). I would 
like to hear about real experiences with it and not just from some person/website 
that is selling it.


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