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Re: SEEDLINGS


In a message dated 02/16/2000 9:05:59 PM Central Standard Time, 
JMFLIES@aol.com writes:

<< tells me that they have come up like gang-busters, but now appear to be 
just 
 sitting there. He was wondering if he should be using some kind of 
fertilizer 
 on them or if there was something else he should be doing. Any input would 
be 
 appreciated. 
 Joyce >>


They are problely growing roots now and should put on spurt of growth in a 
few weeks.

They do well under 24 hours of light and use a week balanced fertilizer.
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