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Re: Superthrive

hey folks
my understanding is , one of the things it does is to help stimulate micro
flora and fauna needed to help ferts and things work, and to stimulate roots
to use them more efficiently.

my first experiences go back 24 yrs ago, soaking the newly pruned roots of
bonsai in this mixed 10 drops to a gallon.

we didnt worry about roots after the soaking.

makes the place smell wondrful, too.

as for the tacky website-get a life folks.

harry abel
root choppin fool
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