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Re: The Newspaper Trick to Fine Garden Beds

venies.place wrote:
> I just saw recently on "Urban Gardener" that if the ink is soy based, that
> it will not harm the plant.  The lady on this particular segment said that
> you could call your local newspaper and they should be able to tell you.
> Also, of course, you should only use the pages that are black and white, not
> colored pages or pages made of that slick material.
	I don't know what else there is to the slick material(inks,etc)but the
finish is made from what I read once of just a fine clay that is applied
very thinly.

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