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Re: CULT: shaving roots

From: Gardenhous@aol.com

In a message dated 8/1/99 10:09:02 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
hirundo@tricon.net writes:

<< After two days, just like Glenn said, the first little nubs of new roots 
are appearing on some of the rhizomes, and I'm off to spend the day potting.  

After fleecing my rzs for borer scooping him and the rot out ,I planted all 
my spent mother rzs.  Now  they are all ,like 100 of them ,sending up side 
shoots in just 2 weeks.  Amazing how these grow, and I only soaked in cygon 
and malithion.  No nutrient at all.

Doreen F. McCabe  Westford, MA  

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