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Re: Phosphorus misc.

I believe there is a chemist on this list.  Perhaps they know of a way to bind the phosphorus in the soil so that it is not available to the plants?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, May 06, 2002 9:29 AM
Subject: Re: Phosphorus misc.

In a message dated 05/05/2002 7:55:43 PM Pacific Daylight Time, wont_read101@hotmail.com writes:

But so far no sign that it is removing any of the enormous
amount of phosphorus in the soil (I have my soil tested in a lab

I have been told that cucurbits will remove phosphorus.  'Course, the people providing the information were New Age types, so it may have been hocus-pocus, but worth checking into.

Jason Hernandez

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