The Tin Chia: Day 20 December 1, 2004the mindlabMike Something has gone horribly wrong. Garfield is ok, but original Chia is hurting.
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“If you find you are having a tough time having your chia seeds sprout or you continue you to have a white fuzz proplem it is likely (sic) you have a mildew problem. Before you replant soak your chia in a solution of 1 tablespoon bleach to 1 gallon of water for a half hour to remove any mildew residue. Rinse well with clear water and then proceed with your planting.”
“Chia PetÂ® is the registered trademark belonging to Joseph Enterprises, Inc., the manufacturers and originators of the Chia Pet. The name was first used on September 8, 1977. The Chia Pet is not a patented invention. Other companies can freely make and sell novelty items similar to the Chia Pet, but the name of Chia PetÂ® belongs to Joseph Enterprises, Inc.
The first Chia PetÂ® was the ram, marketed and distributed in 1982.
Who needs a dog or cat when you can own a Chia PetÂ®? Available in popular Bunny, Frog, Hippo, Kitten, Pig, Puppy, Turtle, as well as the new Chia HeadÂ®.
Joseph Enterprises, Inc. also holds the patent for the Smart ClapperÂ® whose slogan is “Clap On! Clap Off!” —from http://www.about.com
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