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Re: mandevilla

In a message dated 3/31/06 10:37:26 AM, dfranzma@pacbell.net writes:

> I use oasis cubes but you can use perlite or moss or
> some combination of both.  Temp is very important and if you have a heat
> you might want to keep it above 75-800.  They do take a while...up to 2
> months.  If you have a fungicide handy (don't we all) you might want to
> apply some to the medium.  This will help to hold back damp off.

Hey, David, thanks.   This was the information I was looking for.   Are you
using rooting hormone?

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