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PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:36 am 

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Location: Clute,TEXAS
To all who will listen.

I wrote on another forum and will post this in Garden Exchange and hope that noone will discipline me for this. :(

I am trying to get my local area stores to start supplying organic products such as horticultural corn meal, corn gluten meal, horticultural molasses, and the such.

I have written several vendors around here such as Lowes and Home Depot but do not know if they will listen with only on e-mail/snail mail being written.

I am asking if any of you or the Dirt Doctor for that matter, would write to these vendors, or even Walmart, about carrying organic products in this area.

I live in the Lake Jackson/Clute area south of Houston and am trying to get a business out of Houston to start supplying products around here so that I do not have to drive all the way to Houston to get these products.

It is just a suggestion and I am not trying to get anyone to make business deals or the such but instead just trying to let our local businesses know that organic products are definitely a way to go.

Thanks for your listening.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 5:25 pm 

Joined: Sat May 10, 2003 5:48 pm
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Location: Weatherford,TX
Try contacting Tejas Organics. They are a new distributor in the Houston area & should be able to let you know who handles organic products in your area.

603 Leisure Lane, Ste.300
Friendswood, TX 77546
Phone: 281-648-3364

You might be more successful in your search by contacting local garden/feed stores in your area. The big box stores are not too interested at this time.

The "soap" you use is normally chemicals, etc. Use real SOAP !!

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 1:35 pm 
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KHWOZ is right. When more people demand organic products, the big box stores will listen. Until then, let's give the more people-friendly local nurseries an opportunity to be of service. :wink:

Nadine Bielling Haefs
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