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Re: advice please


Judy,
The problem is what you did not tell us.......  Seedlings of what?
Dewey

>My seedlings from last year's seed exchange started growing around the last
>of Jan or first of Feb of this year.  They are still in the same pots that I
>seeded them in last year( crowded this growth season).  My question....some
>are going dormant now.  I am afraid some were affected by an infestation of
>aphids before I caught it in the greenhouse.  What should I do with the
>pots?  I have moved the flat outside in the last week.  Should I repot the
>dormant or growing ones? Put them in a special cold frame to grow?  Some
>advice to what step has worked in the past from the experienced growers
>would be greatly appreciated.  I don't want to lose them now.
>Thanks
>Judy in VA, zone 7

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