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Re: Heresy do not read on.

In a message dated 2/10/99 10:05:57 PM Central Standard Time, RonnieEA@aol.com

<<  But no matter how much peat I use, within a matter of weeks it is
 all compressed  >>


Constant foot traffic in growing beds will compact any substance.  If you used
only Pro-Mix, and routinely walked on it, it would compact.

I try real hard to work from the sides only, in a flower bed.  If the bed is
too wide to reach from the sides, I add a small stepping stone here and there,
in with my flowers, so I can stand in the same spot each time I tend the hard
to reach sections.  When the flowers fill in, the stones are generally

Patsy Stygall
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