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Added to http://www.hort.net/propagation/

   GARDEN EXPERIENCES BY DAVID ROSS -- POTTING SOIL

   David Ross shares his 25+ years of gardening experience with us
   Internet-goers in an eclectic collection of tips and hints. His
   potting soil recipe sounds intriguing, promising good drainage but
   decent water retention, lots of nutrients, and air flow.

      http://www.vcnet.com/~rossde/garden_potting_mix.html

Added to http://www.hort.net/pathology/

   IPM AT LONGWOOD GARDENS

   Longwood Gardens, found in southeastern Pennsylvania, is a strong
   proponent of Integrated Pest Management (IPM). This page explains the
   rationale for IPM in their gardens, the practices used, and some tips
   to using IPM in your own home or garden.

      http://www.longwoodgardens.com/IPM/home.htm

Added to http://www.hort.net/orgs/gardens/

   LONGWOOD GARDENS

   Located in southeast Pennsylvania, this 1050 acre display garden has
   over 11,000 different plant types in 20 outdoor gardens and 4 acres
   of heated greenhouses. Their site will give provide you with
   direction, a schedule of events, a history of Longwood Gardens, and
   some pretty good pages on Integrated Pest Management.

      http://www.longwoodgardens.com/


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