From: Tom Goodman
To: Curtis Johnson
Date: Aug 9 1998 6:24:24 am
Subject: Salt
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With all due respect,  >salt< on the soil does not make it impossible for
anything to grow.  Ex. All along the California coast, we have thousands
of acres of wetlands that are protected and some are  even sanctuaries for
wild life.
I have spent many nice hours fishing in the areas but more toward a bay
or the ocean.  In all cases, the wetlands which are subject to flooding
twice a day, grow and spread out quite well.
There are a few vegetarian fish that come in to feed and many water fowl
as well.
The best answer would be that most inland vegetation can not tolerate too
much salt in or on the soil, but some can.  8-{)

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