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What Kent product are you using? All the bottles I have incomplete
ingredient information, i.e. "Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Boron..." but
no anions and definitely no concentrations. I've tried repeatedly to get
this information from Kent, both by phone and email and been put off. (It
seems to me as if their tech support guy would like to tell me, but the
owner won't let him.)
I like Kent's stuff generally, and the fact that they're almost local to me.
However, as soon as my bottles are empty, I'm going to start using something
else so I can reduce the variables to juggle in my battle against the hair
>Date: Mon, 1 Jun 1998 09:52:19 -0400
>From: "Alysoun McLaughlin" <alysoun.mclaughlin at ncsl_org>
>Subject: Re: Liquid Fertilizer
>Last week, I posted:
>>Can anyone recommend a good liquid fertilizer (and/or tabs)?
>Well, I decided to do my part to reward good business practices. I bought
>Kent's product, because there's an ingredients list on the bottle. This
>customer, for one, appreciates that kind of straightforwardness.
>I have had great results with Flourite, and I can appreciate that certain
>products are "designed" to go together, but I definitely resent Seachem's
>failure to tell me what I'm purchasing from them.
>Geez, I feel like I'm picking a political candidate...
>alysoun at planetall_com