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Re: Today in the Yard

In a message dated 11/1/2004 7:45:15 PM Central Standard Time,  
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

it seems  like shells would have to much substance to serve well as a 
mulch.   Does it become cement like?

They were medium-sized spiral shells (I've no idea what kind), and they  were 
pretty light weight so there was lot of room for air to move around.   The 
hermit crabs thought they were great houses, too.

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