Re: Organic Newspapers
Todd G. Panter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in article
> "Is there anything in the newspaper that will harm the plants or not
> qualify the garden as being totally organic?"
Stay away from the color inks which may contain metal compounds. If the
black ink isn't soy ink it's probably mineral oil and carbon black.
Mineral oil, of course, comes from petroleum which is as organic and as
natural as limestone or a lump of coal but you have to decide for yourself
what "natural" and "organic" mean to you. I don't have any idea what level
of sulfites might be left in newsprint paper but that might be another
factor to consider.