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Old 01-26-2014, 06:16 PM   #11
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Hehe. I've got a bunch of strawberry seedlings and the beginnings of a nice herb & salad garden that was raised on recycled water from WC. All growing in windowsill planter boxes right now.

I like to use all my fish food so if the fish don't like it i try soaking in garlic juice and it becomes palatable to more fish. I also use some in a snail grow out tank i have. Not a lot of my food stock right now will go to waste.
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