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 Post subject: Wilmington, NC
PostPosted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 12:02 am 
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anyone know where I can get corn meal, corn gluten meal, dry molasses, orange oil and organic fertilizer in southeast NC. I'm not having any luck
thanks! :(


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Try this link and see if there's a place on there you haven't tried:

http://www.gardenguides.com/resources/n ... mington+NC

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2009 8:31 am 
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I've found alfalfa pellets and cottonseed meal at a local feed mill. 50 pound bags at $12.50 each.
Burgaw Milling
910) 259-4460
305 Us Highway 117 Bypass,
Burgaw, NC 28425

I also saw a lot of the chemical c*** that Howard talks about & pallets full of the Scott's products at our local Walmart. We live close to the coast and it's sad to know that most of that stuff will end up in the ocean. It's no wonder our local shrimp harvests have diminished.


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Thank you for passing along the information regarding the feed mill. Orange oil is also sold under the name D-limonene. You may have better luck searching for it by this name. If the feed mill is also a store, do they carry products that they do not mill? Ask them or any other local feed store to order the horticultural cornmeal and molasses for you. Tell them what you have heard about all you can do with it. Spread the word.

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