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Re: CULT - Rocks on Rhizomes

In a message dated 97-09-16 15:48:53 EDT, you write:

<< Frost will lift
 multistory buildings for Pete's sake. It is one of the very strong forces
 of nature and I doubt that a rock capable of being lifted by a human would
 deter it. Superman was really just Jack Frost in disguise.:..)
Well... you're right, I'm sure... but the idea is not to keep the GROUND from
heaving... it's to keep the iris in contact with the ground.  Rather like
handing an anvil to a guy on a bucking bronco... 

I personally use this technique... and it works just fine

Kathy Guest, E. Aurora, NY

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