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Re: Alfalfa Tea

> Walter,
> The trick to working Alfalfa Pellets into the soil is to first lay them
> out on top of the soil and wet them down with a hose.  Do this when it
> is warm during the summer.  In a few hours they will deteriorate into
> fine crumbles which can be tilled or turned in easily.  No waiting!  
> Rick Tasco
> Central California
> Zone 8
	This is the best idea yet!  Thanks, Rick.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS

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