[permaculture] Colorado colloidal soft rock phosphate source?

Keith Johnson keithdj at mindspring.com
Tue Mar 3 20:41:41 EST 2009

Go to the ATTRA page http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/org_fert/
for lists of suppliers in most states. They don't list a source in 
Colorado unfortunately. Fortunately I did find a source in Denver. 
2245 Curtis St
Denver, CO 80205
(303) 308-0722
Get directions 

Johnathan Yelenick wrote:
> Would anyone have any leads to Colorado (Denver) local sources of 
> colloidal soft rock phosphate?
> We are using it in a broad acre fertility program this year.
> The only source I have been able to find is through Ohio Earth Foods at 
> http://www.ohioearthfood.com/ohioearthfood.htm
> Thanks,
> Johnathan Yelenick
> Blacktail Permaculture Cooperative
> South Platte River Bioregion

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