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Re: Re: Polymer Photograph

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re: Polymer Photograph
  • From: Kitty Johnston <kitty@ojai.net>
  • Date: Fri, 03 May 2002 07:25:53 +0000

I have used these for flowers, but thank you for suggesting vegetables.  I
would think they would be great with tomatoes!

doris1434 wrote:

> Yes Sandra, they are absolutely safe. I've gardened organically and
> sold my produce for years. . .I checked them out thoroughly before I
> committed to using them. All they do is hold moisture. If allowed to
> dry up, they return to their original state. . tiny little crystals.
> Doris
> --- In iris-photos@y..., "Sandra Barss" <bardraj@h...> wrote:
> > Hi Doris
> >
> > I was able to see your picture both times.  Are polymers safe for
> use with
> > vegetables ?
> >
> > Sandra
> > SE Manitoba
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