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Re: most valuable purchase

>Like most gardeners each year I add to my gardening equipment.  Sometimes the
>new tool is just something else that proves ineffective.  This year I hit the
>jackpot.  Early this year I bought a battery powered Black and Decker

What a great thread! I hate it when I buy something that sounds great only
to find out that it's not exactly what I thought. It will be great to have
endorsements of products from people who have used them.

I have two spayers also. One's a Round-up sprayer, the other is for
non-poisonous stuff.


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