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acidity in soil

  • Subject: [cg] acidity in soil
  • From: "Kristin Faurest" <kfaurest@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 10:50:23

Hi, I'm looking for good home remedies to make my soil acidic for azalea and rhododendrons. Anyone have any good recommendations? Coffee grounds, tea leaves, sawdust, peat moss? Anything else?

thanks for any practical suggestions you can offer.

Kristin




Kristin Faurest
Rozsahegy utca 8
1024 Budapest, Hungary
tel. 36-1-316-1048
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>Dear ACGA:
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>Grow With Your Neighbors in Dayton, Ohio has the Program Coordinator
>position open. Below is the job posting information. I am trying to get
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>Tom Dietrich
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>PROGRAM COORDINATOR - G.W.Y.N.
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>Grow With Your Neighbors (GWYN) is a community gardening outreach program of
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>Under the supervision of the GWYN Program Manager the Program Coordinator
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>Candidates must have Bachelors degree in Horticulture, Community
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>equipment, working with volunteer groups, vegetable gardening concepts, and
>familiarity with garden construction and maintenance techniques required.
>Ohio Divers License, which is insurable by Five Rivers MetroParks' insurance
>carrier. Candidates must successfully pass a background investigation and
>drug-screening test prior to employment.
>
>Salary Range: $12.41; benefits package including health and life insurance,
>retirement, and tuition reimbursement.
>
>Applications and resumes must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on
>Tuesday, April 2, 2002. For application contact Human Resources Dept., Five
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