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Re: PPM info, delete if not interested

Thanks Stacy. Lots of people use this stuff apparently. I did use a bit
of it from a free sample, but, like you, I'm not impressed.  I feel it
is essential, and certainly best, to get rid of the contamination at the
outset rather than trying to control it with some magic potion. I talked
to Mark Zillis a few days ago and he sai PPM isn't used at Q & Z. Thanks
for sharing your results.  Good luck,  JML
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