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Re: results are in

I think that fertilizer would work. I try to mist mine with MaxiCrop now and again until they look perky. then I give them time-release dynamite,

Not sure what I'll use for a medium in the box. And I'm not sure how I'm going to deal with ventilation. But winter is a good time to fiddle with stuff like that.

On Saturday, November 13, 2004, at 03:44 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net wrote:

shoe box to my cutting bench and try to hatch seedlings

Sounds like a good idea, Jim - would you use a smaller size of vermiculite for that than you would for cuttings?

Now I'd like to ask what fertilizer method
....freshly potted up cuttings. I was thinking a
half-strength balanced liquid. suggestions?

I have some Schultz liquid african violet fertilizer 8-14-9 with some micros. 7drops per qt. Any reason this would not be good at half that strength for my newly potted cuttings?


Island Jim
Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
Zone 10a
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]

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