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PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2007 8:52 am 
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:( I posted four (act) questions a month ago. I got a partial answer to one question. I AM REALLY DISAPOINTED WITH THIS FORUM. Thinking about going back to synethic fertizer,at least its easy to put out and i dont have to pay to join a forum where you can not get any answers...........


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If you read some of rest of forums, your questions may have ( or should have) already answered.
On Forums, you have to learn patience. Some of my questions have not been til a month later. Sometimes it is because nobody knows the answer for the moment, because nobody have thought of that. It is not because you are hated or because everyone else are idiots. But most of the time questions do get answered.

But there is a BIG difference between the use of synthetic ferts. vs. organic ferts. I can see difference in other people's yard . In fact, I'm going to ask that on another post.

BUT, if you choose to go back, that's your will.

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I'm sorry I haven't been around much lately because it has been a wierd year around our farm. I did have a chance to response to your original questions.

It's been slow here in Alabama with the worst drought we have ever seen in decades. We have lost a lot of plants this year because we couldn't water them because of the city ordinance on restricting water usage during the summer.

We are now moving our farm to a larger and better location, and starting up our fall cover cropping and composting operation procedures for next seasons' crops and our compost customers.

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Please don't use synthetic for your own sake. My goodness, who wants all of the potential problems that synthetics bring. Read the basic organic program and follow it, it is every bit as "easy" as the synthetics


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Information for future posts...Sometimes questions are answered faster if you post them in the forum that relates to the problem. I have encountered that problem. Also many people in the forums read and do not respond. While waiting for an answer from a forum member try checking the library and The Dirt for information. Using your membership at the organic stores like Green Mamas earns back your money for joining and they are very knowledgeable and can answer many of your questions. Going back to chemicals will not solve your problem and will probably cost you more time and money. Thanks for hanging with us...


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There's no guarentee that there will be someone out there that can personally answer your questions. Remember that we also pay to be on the forum as well. There's years of past data that you can research and other online information that you can be responsible for looking up. You shouldn't threaten to go back to chemicals because you didn't get a personal response.

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