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Re: lutescence and viridescent

In a message dated 4/4/2001 9:00:06 PM Central Daylight Time,
njhosta@hotmail.com writes:

This becomes less obvious the more fertilizer you use, as nitrogen makes
them all get a lot greener.

      Has anybody found anything different to be the case?

You are addressing seedlings. I'd just say that when the plants are mature I
use a very high content of N in the fertilizer . It doesn't affect the
colours. Indeed, if one wants well-grown hostas, you MUST use a lot of
nitrogen, don't you think?

Clyde C.

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