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Re: HYB: germination observations


Friends who operate a retail greenhouse complex have been using kitty  
litter, clay based and unscented, as a water retention addition to their  seedling 
and plants pots The litter will hold three times it's weight in water  and is 
much cheaper the water crystals. When I transplant flowers, a  tablespoon of 
litter goes into each hole before the transplant is placed into  ground. Most of 
the time the litter is added to a mixture of fertilizers and  other 
supplements.
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