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Old 11-07-2007, 02:14 PM   #1
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Satsuma?

if ya never had one of these you need too . another secret from wayyy down south Louisiana .

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i just got a bag 1/4 bushel for 10bucks bout 30count . i have had 4 already myself . [smilie=banana.gif] dont need any beans here .
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Old 11-07-2007, 03:45 PM   #2
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I can grow those in my backyard Knine... We have good weather for citrus here.. You got a good deal man... Make some OJ....good talkin to ya too man!!! I'm at work now....
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Old 11-07-2007, 04:03 PM   #3
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I can grow those in my backyard Knine... We have good weather for citrus here.. You got a good deal man... Make some OJ....good talkin to ya too man!!! I'm at work now....
ya you can grow them there but you dont have that sweet mississippi river mud . that soil is the best in the world to grow stuff with . just look at history . river plantations grew most all the food for the new Americas . the satsumas i have a from Plaquemines Parish . all of that parish is there only cause of river mud .

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We don't use no river mud. We use hardheads. burry them under the trees.. I know river mud is good. Do you use sandy loam on your grass down there?
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no i use all that dog crap on my grass
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no i use all that dog crap on my grass
you have vegetarian doggies? I heard cat crap is better....
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no i use all that dog crap on my grass
you have vegetarian doggies? I heard cat crap is better....

vegetarian dogs i wish it would be cheaper to feed them that way .

1 confirm kill on a cat but that is it , so not much cat crap just dog crap .
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