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Re: What are they doing?

  • Subject: Re: What are they doing?
  • From: "donald" <donald@eastland.net>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 16:32:41 -0000

Maybe the sand collects those from the runoff from the pasture and it's
present in a rawer form than the potting soil contains? Should be
there even though it's not detectable to the eye. Wetting the sand may
activate the odor? Or make it available to the bees?


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