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Re: Drainage vs rot?

Good to hear from you on the computer, Bill.  I am putting up with the cold
weather as philosophically as possible.  Got the seedlings transplanted from
their flats, finally, and just hope they can get through the winter. I have
never tried this scheme before, of putting them into individual cups for the
summer. It is not better than getting them planted in the spring, of course,
but I could not get it done then.  Lloyd Z  Durham NC

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