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Growing Indoors

  • Subject: Growing Indoors
  • From: Sandy Connerley sandyc@SURFARI.NET
  • Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 20:10:56 -0800

    For the lady in Florida, growing indoors there might be different
than here.  The plants need good light, but not burning.  Might
necessitate growing under lights like I do - 4 foot shop lights with one
cool and one warm (kitchen/bath) fluorescent bulb in each fixture with a
$5 timer.
    Choose more compact varieties, provide air circulation, don't
overwater, just the basics.  It is like everything, a matter of
balancing food, water, light, temperature. Keep the plants groomed.

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