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Re: Lawn Fertilizers and Milorganite

In a message dated 9/25/00 1:48:44 PM Central Daylight Time, 
Giboshiman@aol.com writes:

<< Milorganite is a by-product of a wastewater treatment process, >>
Why is it we always talk about the symptoms, and not the fundamental problem-
impact on our environment is a function of the number of people times the 
amount they pollute or consume. Could it be that the impact of a mono-culture 
in humans is the same as the impact of a mono-culture in hosta? (e.g. slugs, 
nematodes, virus etc.)

Dave Drum
Wayzata Mn
Zone 4
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