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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V2 #563
The Imperial Mining and Minerals Corp.
Euraks, CA 95501
According to the "Non-conventional Soil Additives Listing" by Ken Kephart
(83 pages long), the laterite mined is Mg = 2%, Fe = 30%, Mn = 0.4%, Co = 0.1%.
k5vkq at ix_netcom.com
>From: Linda or Jim Lemke <llemke at kusd_kusd.edu>
>Date: Thu, 6 Mar 1997 22:33:04 -0600
>Subject: Laterite "Mined in the USA"
>Back to Laterite again. I just read the back of a jar of Thiel Aqua Tech's
>"Laterite" (UPC 60100) and to my amazement on the back label it said "Mined
>in the USA". I don't recall it it said anything about iron(certainly I
>wouldn't think it would mention aluminun). So this still doesn't prove that
>there is laterite in the US similar to tropical laterite. So where is this