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Where to Find Does anyone know where rice hulls can be purchased?

Discussion in 'Horticulture' started by Dave & Imp, Apr 1, 2015.

  1. Qwertz

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    Any rice mill should have them. Closest I have found is Siaton and it is free as long as you bring your own sack. Second mill on left past Petron station BEFORE Siaton.
     
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    dave...
    opppsss. major misspelling on my part, it's Amihan Lumber, not Anaheim.

    OK... i'm sure you've driven by Amihan and the rice mill a zillion times but you must drive like me, never taking my eyes off of the roadway for fear of hitting someone.

    Amihan lumber is just a bit north of Black Pearl, same side of the road.

    going north from bacong, see the attached map, it looks like the rice mill is only a couple of doors north of Black Pearl and Aniham is just before the curve/dog leg in the road.

    Amihan Lumber
    422-7896
    dealer in gmelina, mahogany and coco lumber.
    they have a band saw and planer.

    i'll get back under my rock now.
    norm : ))~
     

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    The Aerial map is key in Norm's post as to the location, but it did not seem to show up on this quote (see response number 12 above). Even so, had to go there two times to find the rice mill., the second time I took my helper who is a 25 year resident of Bacong and could not understand why I could not find the rice mill. So I took some pictures to help others. When I had previously asked the people in the neighboring building everyone pointed me in a different direction and I gave up.

    The rice hulls sell for 25 P a bag including the bag, so it is about 19 P for the rice hulls per bag. They are light, and I plan to just pick up a bag on my way home until I have enough inventory to complete what I need to do.

    Here are some photos of the Rice Mill exterior. Norms airial map is good to get you in the vicinity but the picture of the building will get you in the door.





    I appreciate all the responses for other locations but I was looking for the closest location to myself in Bacong, and I knew there was one close by but just could not find it.
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    The map is key in Norm's post as to the location, but it did not seem to show up on this quote (see response number 12 above). Even so, had to go there two times to find the rice mill., the second time I took my helper who is a 25 year resident of Bacong and could not understand why I could not find the rice mill. So I took some pictures to help others. When I had previously asked the people in the neighboring building everyone pointed me in a different direction and I gave up.

    The rice hulls sell for 25 P a bag including the bag, so it is about 19 P for the rice hulls per bag. They are light, and I plan to just pick up a bag on my way home until I have enough inventory to complete what I need to do.

    Here is a photo of the Rice Mill exterior. Norms aerial map is good to get you in the vicinity but the picture of the building will get you in the door, when the door is open.:wink:.

    I appreciate all the responses for other locations but I was looking for the closest location to myself in Bacong, and I knew there was one close by but just could not find it.
     

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