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    so some of you guys think that ST doesn't smell bad?[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img] wow I think its horrible smelling.....


    Ok then one more question...

    How do you get smell off your hands?
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    Hands, why would you put it on your hands? Just kidding. I only get acid on my hands. Seriously, try soaking them in water until the skin is like prunes. If that doesn't work, eventually, the dead skin cells will slough off.

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    yea I guess you can still get it on your hands [wink] well it was good to read your guys comments .....
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    I think ST smells really bad!! I have a little bottle of ST sitting in our old 6x8 shed that we store garden stuff in and it has made the whole thing stink like it inside!! I don't think pesticides and fungicides smell the best either!


    -buckeye

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    I've used Superthrive for 20 years on my CP. It is only to be used in transplanting or dividing plants. It does incredibly well on stopping shock in its tracks, and stimulates the plant to produce roots. No more, no less. Plants that have never had it before do show added vigor from its use, but they get used to it and that stuff stops. Use only in transplanting, and dividing plants, and your plants will perk up and actually grow faster for a short while. Tamlin, snake oil it's not, but it is always wise to stay on the side of caution when unsure about a product or its use.
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