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dmdula
Morganton, NC

April 11, 2008
12:08 PM

Post #4791330

Loved the tips! printed article so I could remember how to make my own mix. Just wanted to add, if you have an old heating pad, this is great for bottom heating! Just set it on low or med. It works GREAT!
art_n_garden
Colorado Springs, CO
(Zone 6a)

April 12, 2008
12:48 AM

Post #4794948

Thanks dmdula-that's a good idea that I've heard too. Critterologist (another member and writer) said something about using rope lights buried in gravel to distribute heat. I've been using the heating pad for my back recently after weekend gardening binges...got out of shape of winter, lol! :)

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