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Re: Mushroom compost

In a message dated 2/6/01 7:55:09 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
ctuttle39@juno.com writes:

<< I got a load via a local nursery in Columbus OH for $26/yd plus a flat
 $40 delivery charge..  I could have got it cheaper on a per yd basis, but

So Charles, that means you are paying sixty-six dollars if you just get one 
yard?  I didn't know that I was getting such a good deal.  I think I pay 
about eighteen per scoop and that is about two yards. I will have to look for 
leaf mold this year, I don't have a good place to compost, for my neighbor's 

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