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Re: Horse...road apples

HA, me too, David!!!   LOL   
I'm intrigued with the concept that you can plant a pineapple directly in  
the bucket of fresh (?) "road apples" with just some soil on top???  I was  
always under the impression that they had to be well composted before one could  
use the "road apples" directly or it would cause burn, etc.  As you know,  Jim, 
I'm a brom. person, so I'm curious....is this something you've done before  
with success, or is this a new experiment??
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 5/4/2005 11:02:27 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Road  apples?  Thats a good one.  I've never heard that expression before.  
At first I had visions of a women in a wagon offering apples from her  horse 
drawn cart.  Road apples!

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