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Re: Making Potting Soil

At 09:55 AM 04/12/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>>You should never use soil in pots. It can simply rot  >>From: Butch Ragland
>I agree whole heartedly but where can you get good compost if you have no
>ideal way of making your own?  Source?
>Beth Arnold
>Peoria Illinois  Zone 5
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>hey beth, try this, one part fine  pine bark, one part peat, two parts
sawdust(coarse like fm planer) one half pearlite, and a little sharp sand
ass some superphosphate, some copperas, some potash and some magniesum
sulphate (epsom saqlts) wet with soluuble fertilizer ..........wotks well
i make 20 barresl a yr

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