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Re: Lawn Fertilizers and Milorganite

In a message dated 09/25/2000 7:16:38 PM Central Daylight Time, 
bobaxe@sbtek.net writes:

 > Don't believe heavy metals brake down like other chemicals can. I'll check
 > out that web site. >>

The so called heavy metals are chemical elements. As such cannot brake down 
unless it's radio active decay by way of fission or fusion. 

As a side note a small amount of arsenic is used in animals as a nutritional 

There are 10's of millions of people being poisoned by arsenic right now-and 
99.99 percent are getting the arsenic from their drinking water.  Arsenic is 
a common element in granite rocks and other ingnouse rocks. Those on the West 
cost that get their water from the rocky Mountains are at high risk and so 
are those in many other mountainous regions of the world.


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