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Old 01-11-2013, 09:25 PM   #11
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Yuma, AZ
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Originally Posted by Addie View Post
Sorry for belaboring this point. However, I found that some of the advice provided by Ag Extension officials, USDA, etc does not make any sense. Reusing canning lids is one of them.

But that is exactly what you are doing.

It also sounds like you are using this forum to promote your book. Is this a self published book?

I have to take responsibility for Diana's citation of her book on Post #7 since I had believed and implied (Post #5) that it was not yet published. The book, which is available on Amazon, is published by a "niche" but not "vanity" publisher with the cute name of Echinodorus Publishing, presumably after the aquarium swordplants Echinodorus sp rather than the echinoderms which subsume the class Asteroidea (my first thought, since I am not a planty person).
Echinodorus books are marketed by Atlas Books which are in turn, a subsidiary of Bookmasters. Interesting question. I hope that this helps!

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