Dr. C. R. Waldron
cwaldron at FROGNET.NET
Fri Feb 5 19:51:12 CET 1999
Hi Ernie . . . and others who may be interested:
I bought Turface in Hurricane, West Virginia--from a building supply =dealer. This is the brand name material for use as you say =(horticultural use). Picked up two bags yesterday at $5.75 each. =Another dealer in Marysville, Ohio wants $5.95--highway robbery :>). Is =it shipping that's running the price up on the West Coast (I don't know =where Turface is made) or is someone really making a handsome profit? A =previous post gave an 800 number where you could locate a dealer--that's =how I found these places.
From: Ernie O'Byrne[SMTP:nargsbs at efn.org]
Sent: Friday, February 05, 1999 12:44 PM
To: ARISAEMA-L at NIC.SURFNET.NL
Subject: Re: Turface
Since I don't have my list handy, where might "this area" be? I'm really =jealous since we pay
over $10 per bag here in Eugene, Oregon. Also, re another post Turface =is a proprietary name
coming from turf ace, since it is used to improve stands of turf for =golf courses and ball
Dr. C. R. Waldron wrote:
> For those interested, a 50 pound bag of Turface (horticultural grade) =is $5.75 in this area.
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