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Pelargonium blight and geranium germination

  • Subject: Pelargonium blight and geranium germination
  • From: David Thornton dave@DAVE-AROID.DEMON.CO.UK
  • Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 23:20:09 +0000


Forgive me for the basic nature of my query, but I have left all my
horticultural books at a friend's house.

I have two queries, the first is : A dying, turning grey of the outer
most zone of the leaf, mainly affecting the youngest of new leafs. These
pelargonium hybrid seedlings are a few months old and are quite well lit
and ventilated at 50 to 60 f. Is it overwatering ? They are packed close
The second : only two geranium seeds have germinated out of an entire
packet, after several weeks. Is this the normal germination rate for
foil packed seed ?


David Thornton
David Thornton  Manchester (u.k) zone 8b

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