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Old 08-04-2010, 07:53 PM   #11
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Old 09-04-2010, 05:39 PM   #12
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Callandria, before shopping on Amazon, must I first come here and locate a link? Is there an easier way?
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Old 09-04-2010, 09:31 PM   #13
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Callandria, before shopping on Amazon, must I first come here and locate a link? Is there an easier way?
Yes, but any link to Amazon from WG will work. Here's one that's a sticky in the Forum Announcements forum:
Amazon Shopping - Do it from Here and Support Wildlife Gardeners!

Hopefully that will make it always easy to find a link to Amazon. We appreciate your support of Wildlife Gardeners by using the Amazon's Associate program.
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Old 09-06-2010, 06:14 AM   #14
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Heavy metal stress in plants, eh? It makes sense - I get stressed when hubby plays heavy metal really loud. . .
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Old 11-13-2010, 01:29 AM   #15
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I noticed some of you pay sales tax on your INTERNET purchases, Luckily that hasn't come to all of us. Even with Shipping most small Items are a good buy. I bought a Car Stereo off Amazon and even with shipping it was 30 dollars less than Best Buy, It was new but last years model and that's fine since I listen to mostly AM/FM/Cd's No need to have my phone or GPSS on too, Just give me driving music thank you very much. Even though my pond pump and coffee maker were made overseas it felt good that someone can make a few dollars running their Amazon business and a little bit goes to Wildlife Gardeners too. If you like music most Cd's are available used and some for as low as 5 dollars depending on your interests. MP3 downloads go for 99 cents and are good if you just want 1 song or it's a tune you remember from way back. Back to the Coffee,, If you haven't tried the Mother Earth Coffee or Arbor day Shade Grown give it a try. It really helps the neo-tropical birds and herpes a place to live.
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Old 02-14-2014, 09:02 PM   #16
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Sometimes It's nice to buy a book: Especially during the winter months.

It sounds like Equil has some heavy reading about heavy metals and plants

There are papers on the subject but every University charges for those papers and that's probably why it's so much.
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Sometimes It's nice to buy a book: Especially during the winter months.

It sounds like Equil has some heavy reading about heavy metals and plants

There are papers on the subject but every University charges for those papers and that's probably why it's so much.
If ever there are publications that WG-ers really want, but can't afford to pay for them (they can be pricey!), please send me a PM. I have electronic access to many journals.
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Old 02-15-2014, 06:47 AM   #18
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If ever there are publications that WG-ers really want, but can't afford to pay for them (they can be pricey!), please send me a PM. I have electronic access to many journals.
Great idea, kchd! For anyone who's interested, I have access to the Ebscohost database, which includes several thousand e-books. (Unfortunately, they have to be read on the computer, but they're free.) Just PM me.
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