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Re: Sea Grow plus feritlizer

I think there are fish emulsions and fish emulsions. Some are "deodorized," which mean they smell like public restrooms overdue for cleaning. Others are, more of less, odorless.

Fish emulsions are terrific fertilizers. Those of us who use them could perform a service by posting olfactory ratings of most of the over the counter brands. Comprehende?

On Tuesday, March 2, 2004, at 10:49 AM, Zemuly@aol.com wrote:

I've used fish emulsion for years on my African violets, and have never been
bothered by the smell.

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