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Re: roots

In a message dated 2/9/99 11:36:25 AM Eastern Standard Time,
sussextreeinc@ce.net writes:

<< So in sand they make sandroots, in soiless compost they make
 soilless compost roots >>

Dan - Thank you for clarifying this statement about "sandroots and soilless
compost roots" ...  I have only been  gardening for about 15 years and having
never heard of them kind of roots, I thought I'd really been on the turnip
wagon.  I thought I might have to dig everything up and cut their roots off..

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