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Re: "OT-BIO:"Pat Cory

From: patcory@webtv.net (pat cory)

   "Hi Dennis"  I have four acres here.  One acre in flowers and
veggies.  We have a small green house where I start all my own plants.
I grow a lot of flowers that are used as cut flowers for the farmers
market.  My wife sometimes makes up one hundred bouquets  on a Friday
for the Saturday market.
   We  use TB, IB, BB,MTB, and SIB. in our bouquets in the early spring
and all work quite well.  I have planted some SPUR. and hopefully they
will work also. 
   I have a very well drained, sandy loam that I amend with compost

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