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Re: seedlings etc

I think Mary is talking about bottom watering of the plants.
If the flats you have used don't have cuts/holes in the bottom for
watering..you will not be able to use this Lysol idea.
I have used both style of flats to raise seeds. But I have always used a
sterile soiless mixture to start seeds....then after they got to about the 2
or 3 leaf stage switched them to a Promix/or some equivalent mixture till
they were ready to go into the ground.


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