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Culture: Baccto

<I have not seen 'Baccto' in this area.  What specifically am I looking 
other than a brand name?>
Char - I use regular (not 'lite') Baccto.  It says on the back of the bag: 'A scientifically developed, university tested professional growers' plants mix rich in sphagnum peat moss, horticultural vermiculite and perlite, plus sufficient nutrition for healthy seedling germination and plant growth.  A premoistened, all-purpose mix for all indoor/outdoor potted plants, for starting seeds, and rooting cuttings.'

Linda Bartell
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