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Re: Seedlings

Thanks Barbara, your right we should all have more patience.
I did get a suggestions to change to all organic, seems that
all organic provides better growth.

At 08:39 AM 3/20/99 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 3/19/99 7:56:55 PM Eastern Standard Time, lako731@usit.net
><< Can anyone share their method for increasing the growth rate of their 
> seedlings? Are there better fertilizers?  Mircale Grow, etc.? >>
>There can be too much of a good thing. Too much fertilizer can make seedlings
>soft and slow growth. You are doing OK. A dose of patience is what we all need
>when watching seedlings.
>Barbara Jones
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