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Re: alfalfa pellets corn inhibitors

          The organic company Gardens Alive (812-537-8650) sells a product
called A-maizing Lawn which is a by product of corn syrup production.  It
stops the production of feeder roots on all germinating seeds. It biodegrades
to make nitrogen so they love it for lawns. They say nothing about using it
in other areas like veggies etc. but I recall an article in one of the
gardening magazines that was all for it so long as the plants were 
WELL established.  I will be trying it late in the year after my moved Iris
have gotten their new roots. 
             Mark Timonier , IRISDREAMS

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