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Re: alfalfa pellets

In a message dated 96-06-15 10:20:40 EDT, you write:

>Ken Kramer at Amberway Gardens, our local Rebloomer
>grower/supplier, found that pellets on/touching the rizomes tended to
>encourage rot at least in his beds.

Here I am piling on great heaps of pellets on top of the remnant rhizomes of
varieties that have wasted away over the years - and it seems to be working!
 No sign of rot at all.  Which proves once again that..... umm... ?  Maybe it
only works on the nearly dead.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee USA

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