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Markmelb starts with ...
Have you ever seen the cliffs of Dover - Vipeakflora from China??? 64% what alot of rot :) This is a plant forum - No Fighter Plans on this site
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sternus1 says...
Mark, it's an automated message posting program.

The content was not posted by a human being. It was posted by a pc.

What you are doing is akin to attempting to converse with somebody on a television screen or the radio.
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Markmelb says...
So Funny - Its like all the junk mail I get - are they stupid or what? If you look at their link they want you to click its not ebay or google or linkdin - I want to tell them what cliff to step off but would probably get a million more if they knew it was a live email address - is there a program to bounce them back Sternus? Ive been using computers since 1990 and built a few too - but optus doesnt have a blocking mode as hotmail does.
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peter3000 says...
i get 25kg bags of fine calcium
carbonate locally for about $10.00
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olaf says...
What do you use limestone for? Overly acid soil?
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peter3000 says...
figs, they like alkaline soil, and it
adds calcium, also good for tomatoes
to control blossom end rot.
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Markmelb says...
Found out recently Olives like it alkaline so started some dolomite treatment - maybe could help for fruiting too - also Truffle areas rely on very alkaline conditions for oaks and hazlenuts.
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