mirandas2 at attbi.com
Mon Jul 29 05:30:18 EDT 2002
> Pulverized shell meal from Florida, sold as "feed lime" for
> sometimes high calcium limestone from Tennessee is used though I
> try the shell meal with compost tea. If left in the compost tea tank
> between batches it might release appreciable amounts of calcium
> radically altering pH. >
> How are nettles grown and where are seeds available.
Regarding the shell meal: how do you use it without compost tea?
Certified organic growers can't use compost tea after October of this
Secondly, stinging nettles are a common weed, but if you don't have
them, try Richter's. I imagine other suppliers also have them. Hudson
would be a good source and Johnny's might even sell them. Their name
is: URTICA DIOICA.
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