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Re: RE: seedling increase

  I started to get all excited that someone was getting fall germinants into the ground and they were surviving the winter....
  then I noticed it was Oz.
  Still...still trying to wrap my brain around it...

Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com> wrote:
  Christian wrote:
> Do y'all see increases by fall on the seedlings you line out in the 

Christian I get plenty of increase on most median seedlings over the summer, 
and most TB's are starting to put up some increase by Autumn (Fall). Some 
SDB's have as many as 14 increase and may put up several bloom stalks in 
Spring (I hope:-)
My (hopefully) best crosses are given the best soil.
I like to have my seedlings lined out by October, although some don't make 
it into the ground until November, as I usually make the most of space by 
growing on all my spares from my TB divisions, to put on the trading table 
at the main show, at the end of October. When I lift them I dig and prepare 
the soil immediately and in go any seedlings looking for space.

Cheers, Jan in Aus.

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