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Re: baking dirt


Is this right? People keep their seedlings under 24 h constant daylight?
What about necessary plant processes that occur during the dark (like
sucrose translocation for example)?

Gerry

At 12:44 AM 12/28/99 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 12/27/1999 11:38:09 PM Central Standard Time, 
>HIEESML@aol.com writes:
>
><<  Should I back off my 24hour light routine? >>
>Stay on the 24-hour regimen-----you will have blooms in April.
>
>Clyde Crockett z5
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