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Although rock phosphate is mined and "organic gardeners" use that and
green sand, a potassium source, neither is by any sensible definition is
"organic". Although I sympathize with some of the concerns of organic
gardeners, many mined materials and many naturally occuring true organic
materials contain toxic materials, many more toxic than human made

Iza Goroff
Whitewater Wisconsin USA

E C Morgan wrote:

> I have found rock phosphate to also be a fantastic fertilizer for
> amorphophallus, and an organic one at that.

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