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Re: Hosta Growth

In a message dated 2/7/99 7:46:18 PM Central Standard Time,
chick@bridgewoodgardens.com writes:

<<  probably
 about the volume that would fit inside your monitor, I would gladly use
 if I thought it was better. >>

You are right that top soil makes very poor potting soil. Without the addition
of some items to give it more porosity and improve it's texture it will not do
well in a pot. But cakes up and becomes hard and root growth is impacted
negatively. Also it's volume decreases do to compression.

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