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Re: seedlings burning

Butch Ragland wrote:
> A circulating fan helps reduce fungal growth. It doesn't take a lot of air
> movement but a little really helps.
> The build up of salts from watering can cause burning which can be helped
> by regular leaching (running fresh thru the soil).

Salts can build up just from plain tap water. To avoid this, use only
distilled water for your seedlings. It costs a little to buy, but is
well worth it for healthier plants.

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