Organic Hydroponics

K N and P J Harris ecoli at cix.compulink.co.uk
Fri Oct 18 11:10:28 EST 1996


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> Yes, I had to learn all that stuff, and even make up mixes as part of 
a
> student job. It was all chemicals.
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> B. Rateaver
Strange though it may be to relate, it is very solid scientific fact 
that most of life is "all chemicals". It's just that some of them are 
simpler than others.
Peter Haris,
Reading, UK.




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