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Re: Moss

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Moss
  • From: SCARLATTI@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2006 11:02:29 EST

In a message dated 11/14/2006 7:20:14 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,  
chasalford@earthlink.net writes:

Moss is  a problem.  I don't know how to get rid of it.  Of course,  in
nature, ferns must compete with moss, so you should get sturdier plants,  if
any survive.

Greetings Mr. Alford:
I saw your e-mail today & am curious as to whether moss in a  sphagnum-lined 
wire basket containing a Pyrrosia can be detrimental to the  Pyrrosia.
Thank you & Regards.
Also, am looking forward to your next e-mail fern  offering?
_scarlatti@aol.com_ (mailto:scarlatti@aol.com) 

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