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Re: CULT: Germinating Mix

Oh, it doesn't matter which mulch you use, I just like Supersoil's mulch for
this because it is ground finer than most mulch....no little sticks!

Supersoil is a name brand, yes.

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  In a message dated 4/3/2005 5:10:30 P.M. Central Standard Time,
  irisdude@msn.com<mailto:irisdude@msn.com> writes:

  Supersoil mulch,

  Patrick, what is this?  Name brand?

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