Re: NANFA-- Milfoil Update/Wintering Pond Plants

Bruce Stallsmith (
Fri, 17 Nov 2000 16:35:47 EST

The advantage of a liquid fertilizer containing iron (I forgot to mention
before that Iron Green is a thick liquid) is that the iron is present in the
right ionic form. Iron is usually not very soluble in water (Fe+3 if I
remember correctly), but the other common form of iron is (Fe+2). The
railroad spike would eventually work, but may introduce other unwanted

--Bruce Stallsmith
still hangin' in Huntsville, AL

>From: "B.G. Granier" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Re: NANFA-- Milfoil Update/Wintering Pond Plants
>Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 14:58:00 -0600
>Reading the responses to native submerged vegetation.........
>What would be the response of native submergant vegetation to a source of
>irom, like a submerged "old" railroad spike that contains plenty of iron
>other metals? As oppossed to the commercially available "Iron" plant

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