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Look, I had no idea how bad Miracle-Gro was until Chuck pointed it out. My great-grandfather did NOT teach me to use it- he didn't use it at all. He put chicken litter on our huge family garden. I only started using it in my backyard because my natural soil is so bad. I am switching to organic-so then you can stop saying I 'poisoned my garden'
So how, then, did I disrespect your great-grandfather?
 
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Not so much my great-grandfather, but it upset me when you tell me I have poisoned my garden with MiraclecGro when for years I never truly realized how synthetic that stuff is. (Even if my great-grandfather had actually used M.G, I doubt he would've seen it as poison either)Until now, when Chuck told me. I am switching to organic now, to see it if will improve my backyard gardening. I found some raised bed soil that is listed under the OMRI. I will try it to.
 
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Not so much my great-grandfather, but it upset me when you tell me I have poisoned my garden with MiraclecGro when for years I never truly realized how synthetic that stuff is. (Even if my great-grandfather had actually used M.G, I doubt he would've seen it as poison either)Until now, when Chuck told me. I am switching to organic now, to see it if will improve my backyard gardening. I found some raised bed soil that is listed under the OMRI. I will try it to.
I only called you a name because of the remark you made about my great-grandfather teaching me to poison my garden.

Then he had the nerve to say my great-grandfather taught me to poison my garden!

Later, during a soil discussion, he had the nerve to say my great-grandfather taught me to put poison on my garden!

They are all your words, so show me how I disrespected your grandfather.
As for calling Miracle Gro poison, since you now know that I am correct, and since you now agree with me, you may apologise.
If you do, I will accept your apology, and clean the slate.
 
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I never said Miracle-Gro was poison- and still don't see it as. I will continue to use it in other places such as flowers(I don't eat my flowers) When I said my raised garden soil was garbage, I meant the hardness of it, mostly the stinking clay and peat moss in there. You didn't necessarily disrespect my great-grandfather, but it upset me to think you think he taught me to use synthetic stuff on my garden.
 
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I never said Miracle-Gro was poison- and still don't see it as. I will continue to use it in other places such as flowers(I don't eat my flowers) When I said my raised garden soil was garbage, I meant the hardness of it, mostly the stinking clay and peat moss in there. You didn't necessarily disrespect my great-grandfather, but it upset me to think you think he taught me to use synthetic stuff on my garden.
Where did I say that?
 

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