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In an old Aqua Planta issue, I found a little essay by C. Kasselmann in
which she discusses the
use of Lobelia cardinalis to combat anaerobic substrates. If you find that
you have a patch of it
(and it bothers you) simply plant a few sprigs of Lobelia in the offending
area, give them lots of light,
and soon the roots will rejuvenate the substrate.
BTW, I haven't tried this personally.
Michael Eckardt - mike at odg_com
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