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Re: mango grove

In a message dated 4/15/2004 5:07:42 PM Central Daylight Time, h.clem@verizon.net writes:

looking for suggestions  

Throw a light shovel full of sand on top of each. Rain will wash the sand from the top of the rhizomes and force the sand underneith them and help support it.
Assuming your bed needs sand as so many do.

My wife? She can't stand sand in the bed.
Bill Burleson

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