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Re: Fertilizing/ "Organic" Gardening


   I think it's probably possible to get your point across without twisting 
my words around and around and around --- I meant exactly what I said, 
nothing more, nothing less.

   Early on, I believe this discussion centered on Van Wade's hosta culture 
and the amazing results he achieves --- we were not discussing the use of 
something as "lukewarm" as Miracle Grow or Miracid.

   I fail to understand why the use of gardening system different from your 
own is so upsetting --- my system works for me, your system works for you --- 
everybody's happy!

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