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Re: Pro-mix (Was: Re: baking dirt)

In a message dated 12/24/1999 7:14:14 AM Central Standard Time, 
eoneill@ibm.net writes:

<< I would love to get hold of some of the stuff that commercial plant growers
 use (anybody out there know what it is?). It's the stuff that when you buy
 a plant, falls away from the roots as you plant it. Very light, porous,
 obviously containing sand and hardwood bark as well as other ingredients.
I got some this summer. What is great about it is that it contains sand.
With Pro-Mix et al. one has to add sand. I'll try to get the name. It starts 
with the letter "F" as I recall. 

Clyde Crockett z5
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