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Re: Iron in the Water


Michael D. Cook wrote:
 There is a product called 'chelated iron' which I use to acidify 

Hi Sheila
	Chelated means they bond some micro-element to some macro element so
the plant can take up both if the PH is wrong and the plant can't
utilize the micro element. In this case it is iron that is bonded
probably to the nitrogen.
Bye
Bob
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