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Does all-purpose sand contain fungicide/antimicrobials?

 
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I bought a bag of all-purpose sand to inoculate with microbe/mycorrhizal tea and fill my guerrilla gardening seed pills with.
Does anyone know if all-purpose sand usually contains fungicides or microbe killers? I reckon it's "sanitized" somehow but I wonder to what extent that effect lingers or if it's enough to overpower the microbes in my wonderful microbe tea.

Thanks in advance!
 
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