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Reassurance needed....

Posted By: BB <nettech@bellatlantic.net>
Date: Friday, 14 May 1999, at 1:38 a.m.

Not that fresh vegetables are overpriced or anything but I thought it might be fun to raise some myself this year. I started a garden and the seeds of my labor are just begining to come to fruition. Romaine (little cesar) and squash (black beauty, straight neck, and some others I can not recall) are growing nicely. I could not think of any reason not to feed this to my fish so long as I was not adding any chemical to the soil that could be adsorbed by the vegies. So far it has been natural fertalizer and peat only. I was wondering if anyone had done this? More specificaly, has anybody used MiracleGro? I belive this is 15-30-15 and free of pesticides so far as I can tell form the package. Anything I s