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Re: Clay, Again

  • Subject: Re: Clay, Again
  • From: maria guzman <mirror@3RIVERS.NET>
  • Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 15:43:44 -0700

Sandy if you could just tell me what form of clay (baked pellets?) Fides
Plants recommends I'd appreciate it.  My Mac doesn't speak .doc.  I've
already repotted about a dozen seedlings with clay pellets added and I
notice they're not drying out so soon.


>I found this site as I had printed this out awhile ago and was filing things
>away.  It is a commercial grower who recommends 15 to 25% clay in the
>potting mix because of better buffer, better leaf wetness, stable pH,
>resulting in more compact, hardy plants.
>Fides Plants is in Costa Rica and sells to North America and Europe.

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