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Re: Seedling discussion

In a message dated 4/9/01 12:19:24 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Traveler200000@aol.com writes:

<< and was hoping someone else was having as much fun as I was and would 
 care to post it.

Jim, you have quite a thing going there.  This is just my second year into 
this and I have just three flats of keepers at this time.  

I found the other day that if I ask my husband which he would keep in a group 
of seedlings that he has a very good objective eye.  This one is shiny, more 
yellow, pretty leaf yadda yadda.  He does a good job of selecting the unique 
and the sturdier of the seedlings.  Also took the non keepers outside into 
the sunlight and was surprised that under natural light they look very 
different.  Give that a try.

Sounds like you have a lot of work to do.  N.

All my seedlings are outside now and I have turned off the lights in the 
basement for the time being.  It could get cold again for sure so will play 
this one day at a time.
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