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by Alexis48 on September 28, 2005 09:58 AM
by Alexis48 on September 28, 2005 10:06 AM
Other than Medina Soil Activator, is there a better soil recovery product for the return to healthy soil after the salty bath of Hurricaine Rita for the landscape of our 1/4 acre retirement spot on the west end of Galveston Island, Texas. All landscape additions in the past 3 years took a real beating except for the Sea Grapes and the Palm Trees.
by weezie13 on September 28, 2005 09:38 PM
That stuff sounds good, I'd never heard of it,
but it sounds like it'll do the trick for you..

My only other suggestion would be COMPOST....
*which the above product helps break down faster,
but what I read about it*

Compost is or should I say, ends up mostly
Alkaline when you're done composting, no matter
what you put in the compost...

Do you compost already?
Do you have a little area to start?

We have a good amount of some basic info
for getting one started and what to feed it in the
Organically Speaking

Take a peak at it...

Have you looked at gardening, mostly with
salt or sea loving type plants???

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Don't forget to be kind to strangers. For some who have
done this have entertained angels without realizing it.
- Bible - Hebrews 13:2

by papito on September 29, 2005 05:30 AM
Here's some info on KIWI POWER.

Reduces Salts & Toxins
Kiwi Power lowers salt levels in soil, and may remove certain other toxins:

* Sarsapogenin, an organic bacterial activator and detoxifier, chemically complexes and removes toxins by stimulating the growth of soil bacteria that digest the toxins and salt.

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