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Re: Foliar Fertilizing???

In a message dated 8/19/1999 10:13:38 AM Central Daylight Time, 
Sam020857@aol.com writes:

<<  Butch is also absolutely right that you need to mix other plants into 
 hosta beds --- as a good number of our ancestors discovered the hard way, if 
 you plant nothing but potatoes year after year after year ... you're in for 
 major league woes!!!
 Hi Sandie and All,

We are not talking about soybeans, corn and potatoes, but hostas.
I can hardly believe that hostas need some sort of companion plants. 
What should one do----dig up the hostas and let the beds be fallow for a year 
and then replant?
I suggest that one fertilizes the all-hostas beds just like farmers do to 
their fields.

Clyde Crockett z5
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