[Market-farming] market legal problems book

sue roseman swissy at socket.net
Mon Nov 1 12:38:11 EST 2004


You can also order this book from Growing for Market on their websitewhich
is www.growingformarket.com.
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>    1. Re: Market Legal Problems -- Assistance Requested (Janet Bachmann)
>    2. fertilizer for bulbs (MaggsMD at aol.com)
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> Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2004 07:10:56 -0600
> From: Janet Bachmann <janetb at ncat.org>
> Subject: Re: [Market-farming] Market Legal Problems -- Assistance
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> ATTRA folks love calls, but we don't have Neil Hamilton's book to send
> out.  (We do have it for our own use, of course, and I also highly
> recommend it!)   Price is $20.
> The book has to be ordered from:
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> Drake University Agricultural Law Center
> 2507 University Ave.
> Des Moines, IA  50311
> 515-271-2065
> www.law.drake.edu
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> Joyce Paski wrote:
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> > I recommend borrowing from the library or purchasing for yourself The
> > Legal Guide for Direct Farm Marketing by Neil Hamilton.  I believe you
> > can order the book from ATTRA.
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> Janet Bachmann
> Agriculture Specialist
> National Center for Appropriate Technology
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> Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2004 08:31:56 EST
> From: MaggsMD at aol.com
> Subject: [Market-farming] fertilizer for bulbs
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> I just planted some asiatic lilies and oriental lilies.  I was out of
> bonemeal and used a 2-4-2 organic fertilizer from Fertrell.  I dug the
holes to the
> recommended depth and incorporated about a tablespoon of fertilizer in
each
> hole.  I was wondering if this is an appropriate fertilizer for lilies and
other
> spring flowering bulbs?
>
>  Our soil is low in phosphorus.  The directions from the bulb company said
> not to use bone meal because it is not a balanced fertilizer and attracts
> animals.  I tend to think that the company says that because they want you
to buy
> the synthetic fertilizer that they have for sale.
>
> Thanks,
> Margaret
> Knoxville, MD
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