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Re: seedling question

In a message dated 3/15/00 6:02:20 PM Eastern Standard Time, Gailjo3@aol.com 

<<  They seem happy as mudlarks. Gail >>

Gailjo, what part of the country are you from, I love that happy as mudlark 
thing even though I have not got the foggiest notion what a mudlark is. Bet 
it is good though!

I took the dome off my first batch of seedlings and they immediately looked 
like they had been scalded,  just use something to prop the lids up about 
half an inch and move it up slowly until the dome is off, takes about three 
days and is not near so shocky to them. N.
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