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Re: Pulmonarias in November & Northern Sea Oats & Oak Leaf Mulch

In a message dated 11/7/1999 9:09:37 PM Central Standard Time, 
wilddog@venus.net writes:

<< Why not? Great source of nitrogen. Of course living on 20 acres away from
 everyone helps a great deal. Love to pee off the porch at sundown. 
 ><< Probably the best mulch[oak leaves] you can use. One problem is the 
 >decomposition which
 > would be greatly aided with urine, any source will do. >>
 >Human urine?  >>
 Really Butch!! There are children on this listserve!! :-) <BG>
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