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From: Paul Furman <paul at EDGEHILL.NET>
Subject: Re: Growing plants in sand beds
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michael broz (S.W. Indiana Zone 6; -20F / +100F) wrote:

> Hello Paul
>
> Though I don=92t use pure sand in my growing beds, I have sandy loam so=il
> and have used planting beds successfully for over 10 years.


Excellent, thanks. Sounds like this could indeed be an excellent and
interesting opportunity.

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Paul Furman
http://www.edgehill.net
san francisco native plants
(415) 722-6037

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