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I am moving some of the posts here. If you see any that I missed, let me know and I will move them. Thanks!

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 7:25 pm 
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Steve's Nursery, Cash, TX carries organic gardening products. The only product I've not been able to buy there is 20% vinegar. They're located on Hwy 34 South about 7 or 8 miles past Greenville.

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SBS is a leading provider of quality organic composts, soil mixes, mulches and specialty products, serving the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex landscape professional and gardening enthusiast since 1972. Over the last thirty years, SBS has systematically developed products that allow plants to cope with the demanding soil and environmental conditions in the Metroplex - naturally. Through extensive research and testing, SBS has perfected the techniques that allow them to consistently produce top performing materials.

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I go to Athens Organic Supply and they have always had what I needed. The only way they are week is in plants and seeds.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2006 8:18 pm 
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I get a lot of mine at Calloways. they have an organic section.
My husband picked up my lava sand, and he either got it at Calloways or Walmart or Home Depot, or Lowe's. those are the only places he ever goes to look for anything I send for.
I got alfalfa meal at a feed store in Grand Prairie, and there is a nursery on 35E, in Lewisville.
go past Round Grove Rd, and just past corp[orate. It is right in there somewhere. I found it searching the web, and got the map for it, but haven't gotten out there yet. They have a website, and apparently carry only organic products, or if they carry chemicals, it is very little.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 7:49 am 
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Horaneys in Longview Tx has Mr. Garretts products. Circle K feed in Diana also carries some organic products if they don't have it. you can ask and they will try to get it for you.
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