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Re: More on water

In a message dated 8/6/1998 5:12:07 AM Central Daylight Time,
westbj@primenet.com writes:

<<  For those of us that use 'City water', using Miracid or one of its clones
becomes quite necessary. >>
I have always advocated the use of Miracid. If you want to use a foliar,
Miracid cannot be beat! Even for those living in areas where  the soil is in
the acid pH range, Miracid won't hurt---indeed, the more acid the better for
hostas.(And it helps the mosses to cover those stones.)

Clyde Crockett z5 Indpls IN 
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