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Old 10-22-2007, 11:42 AM
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Originally Posted by dishboy View Post
Frankly I could give a rats azz about your sites recommendation.
Dishboy, there is no need to be rude. Your opinion isn't what's important here, but helping to answer questions of folks who want to learn is. I was answering Greenjeans question and not addressing you. I always show links to sites where I get my info. I should have put his question in quotes so you wouldn't think my response was for you. Alfalfa also contains nitrogen which wasn't required for the OP, but you probably already know that.

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Originally Posted by greenjeans_il View Post
Please be more specific; how much potassium is in alfalfa? How many bags of alfalfa will the other person need to effectively raise potassium levels in their soil? One bag will do the trick? Or several bags over a period of years?
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