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Re: alfalfa pellets (was show grooming handouts)

In a message dated 96-11-13 18:21:20 EST, you write:

>This stimulates the plants above them to grow greener and
>healthier as I understand and it certainly seemed to be the case in my
>garden in Tennessee.  The plants in those beds had more growth, less
>disease and better bloom and more rebloom! 
>Gary D. Sides  south central MASS   USDA 5    Auburn (just outside

Gary - what part of MASS is your Tennessee garden in? : )  

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee USA
slightly confused, and much entertained by Clarence's humor this evening.

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