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Re: fertilizer

  • Subject: Re: fertilizer
  • From: "bykands" <bykands@mediaone.net>
  • Date: Sat, 5 May 2001 23:20:08 -0500

We bought and applied Osmocote 14-14-14 today.  The only formula they
had was 4 months which makes sense since our growing season is about
that long.  We are going to have rain off and on for the next 4 days
so that should get it working.

We don't know why we were using Miracle-Gro.  Probably because of all
the advertising and all of our plants were growing great.  We didn't
question if we were using the right thing until a friend said he was
using (didn't say the brand) a 10-10-10 slow release and that started
us thinking that maybe there was something better.

Thanks for your help and advise,
Ken and Sue

Ken and Sue Dutton
2620 Lake Shore Ave.
Little Canada, MN 55117
mail to: ksplantmarkers@mediaone.net

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