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Re: oops - Seedlings

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: oops - Seedlings
  • From: Linda Mann lmann@volfirst.net
  • Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 16:19:10 -0500

Sorry, Linda, I posted my reply to the discussion forum - forgot you
might not be reading over there.
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With these two, it was obvious - they had either turned to mush or were
                   floppy at the point where the leaves were attached to
the roots.  I
                   suspect there are others in the medium sized group
that will follow that
                   route after the shock of transplanting.  They just
didn't seem as ....
                   'strong' <g> - sorry don't know how to quantify it.

                   <Do you determine the sickly short seedlings purely
in reference to the
                   growth of all the other seedlings from that pod?  Or
do you have other
                   indications that help you
                                      determine that?  Thanks for your
input in advance.
                                      Linda in Lascassas>

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