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Re: Re: Algae, Excel and Economists
> I do believe that the algae probably was reduced,
> because I have better plant growth.
> I am just having a hard time figuring out some past
> statements by Greg (maybe I'm just slow).
> I guess he just can't come out to say some things
> because of government restrictions.Maybe someone
> help me understand what these following statements
> might mean.
> " Can algae feed on Excel?
> No. I'm sure this may raise a few eyebrows ;-)since
> at face value this would be a reasonable
> But, for reasons Uncle Sam won't let us discuss, all
> can say is that algae can't feed on Excel and I will
> leave it as an exercise to the reader to deduce why
> this is the case (big picture folks, no chemistry
> involved ;-).
> 1) It's use by algae and bacteria should not be a
> 2) It is very important that the user heed the
> bold warning on the label to _not overdose_ the
> product (yes there is a safety margin built in).
> 3)I'll leave it as an exercise to the reader to
> out why statement 2 explains statement 1. ;-)
> Thanks for your help
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