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Re: CULT:Alfalfa pellets vs cubes vs rabbit pellets

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> From: Nick Zentena <zentena@hophead.dyndns.org>
> To: iris-talk@egroups.com
> Subject: Re: [iris-talk] CULT:Alfalfa pellets vs cubes vs rabbit pellets
> Date: Wednesday, August 30, 2000 7:49 AM

> 	Hi,
> 		First of all I want to thank everybody.
> 	To answer the questions. The bed is a fairly evenly spilt
> between Japanese and Siberian. In addition the odd bearded. I have no
> idea what variety the bearded are. They mostly came from a bed that had
> been ignored for awhile. The current Ph of the bed is just under 7 [say
> 6.8]. Things look fairly healthy since they were planted this spring. A
> couple of the Japanesse are a little yellow but for all I know that may
> be the variety since the other Japanese in the bed look very green. The

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