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Re: DE

Know this is a bit off topic but I couldn't help myself!  My Aunt is
in Broken Arrow , OK and was so thrilled to have received a load of
"Black Dirt"  She was raised in Illinois and expected black dirt!  Of
course it was red!  She was so confused!  She has adapted now but was
in shock and wouldn't move it till we arrived to also make fun of it! 
She also orders alot of supplies from mail since the garden store is
also confused at her requests originally!

On 5/3/05, Betsy Kelson <bkelson@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> Hi Jesse,
>    I am way behind in my e-mails. Did you ever find a source for
> Diatomaceous Earth? I carry it in my garden center. I have a squeeze
> bottle(dust) by Safer/Reuter, 2# bags by Natural Guard/Fertilome, and it is
> chunks like rocks in Fertilone Aquatis PLant Potting Soil.
> I checked the Fertilome website and
> CLAREMORE, OK  74017
> PO BOX 1188
> CLAREMORE, OK  74018-1188
>  Ask them to order you some of the NAtural Guard DE
> OR I could mail you some.
> betsy
> evergreen co
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Jesse Bell"
> > To:
> > Sent: Monday, April 18, 2005 7:37 AM
> > Subject: Re: [CHAT] DE
> >
> >
> > > Well one would THINK that it would be easy to find at a feed store or
> > > gardening center. But it's OKLAHOMA...and when I asked them (went to ag
> > > centers, feed stores, gardening centers) they looked at me and said,
> > > "HUH?" I explained to them what it was and they tried to sell me Seven
> > > Dust at one place, and some other stuff for cattle that had insecticide
> > > in it. So, I just looked online. Without trashing the state I live in
> > > (and I was born here and my parents and grandparents were born here),
> > > Oklahoma is not exactly up on things. No recycle programs where I
> > > live..maybe in OKC but not here, organic is a foreign concept to most
> > > people here, I still see hairstyles from the 70's, fashion is behind and
> > > so is the music. I can say that honestly because I have also lived in
> > > Atlanta, Dallas, Kansas City and New Orleans....there are days where I
> > > wondered what in the HELL I was thinking by moving back here. For true.
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