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Re: seeding the future


>I keep my seedlings very wet, about 1/2 inch of water in the trays at all times. The surface of the growing medium gets a little slimy, but it doesn't seem to bother the hostas.

I tried that with a few trays last year, and had really bad fungus gnats
in those trays.  I left the domes on, too, maybe that was the problem??
Mine are in a small greenhouse (bought second-hand), and I do much
better with mine on the slightly dry side.  What did I do wrong with the
wetter ones?

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