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Re: Lawn Fertilizers and Milorganite

In a message dated 09/25/2000 7:34:17 PM Central Daylight Time, 
Jpbluerib@aol.com writes:

<< Kevin, thanks for the in depth info on Milorganite, however I believe  
 you can obtainall the nutrients your plants need  by simply going organic. 

I also noticed that the organic chemicals have some of the highest numbers of 
heavy metals.

As another interesting side note a recent study came out showing that organic 
farming is more destructive to the global environment than chemical intensive 

The scientists doing the study were very surprised by the results too.

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