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Re: grass clippings organic?

In a message dated 6/28/01 8:25:59 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
kwalter@abacus.bates.edu writes:


The grass clippings must not have been exposed to chemical fertilizers or
sprays of any kind.  There is a sheet for documentation of all additives
brought onto the farm and the additional products source must be verified.  
It must also be treated as a mulch addition and follows the same application
rules as manure or any other mulch.
Jennifer White                      
Georgia Master Gardener  
Columbus, GA

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