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Re: Another Clay Link


Don't forget, when wenwent to plastic pots we were
able to produce a uniform root ball because of the non
porousness of the pot and the lighter soil. If you use
a lot of clay you will need to go back to non sealed
clay pots. Clay pots require considerably more water
since they "breath". Geraniums don't like wet feet you
will have problems if you try heavy clay in plastic
pots.





--- Sandy Connerley <sandy_connerley@SBCGLOBAL.NET>
wrote:
> Here is another link re experiments with adding clay
> to potting soil:
> http://www.americanfarm.com/Signe12-01-03.html
>
> Sandy


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