Dry Stall

Joseph Kraatz plantnut@cox.net
Mon, 05 Aug 2013 09:53:24 PDT
I did an internet search and found this company.  Not sure this is the product though.   Joe, San Diego County


On Aug 5, 2013, at 9:47 AM, "Michael Mace" <michaelcmace@gmail.com> wrote:

> Lisa wrote:
>> I am curious if anyone is using Dry Stall?  If yes, what is your price per
> bag, how many pounds per bag and how many bags do you buy at a time
> I pay about $15 a sack, one sack at a time, and each sack weighs about 30
> pounds.
> It's an expensive way to get pumice, but the advantage (for me) is that it's
> washed and graded as to size, so I can use it straight out of the bag. The
> bulk stuff at the garden center is full of fines.
> I get Dry Stall at a feed store.
> Mike
> San Jose, CA
> PS: A possible alternative, according to some of the bonsai-growing folks,
> is the product used for surfacing the infields of baseball fields. I don't
> know the name of it, but you should be able to find references to it by
> cruising the bonsai discussion forums and looking for soil mixes. I haven't
> tried it, but some of the bonsai folks swear by it.
> Since baseball is played everywhere in the US, it may be easier for you to
> buy this stuff.
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