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Re: Another Clay Link

  • Subject: Re: Another Clay Link
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 07:40:29 -0700

Aha!  Calcined clay particles... yes I use them in my cactus & succulent
mixes (standard practice, along with pumice).  They hold water and root
hairs grow onto them.  I never thought of using them with pellies; I have
so many tiny pots of seedlings and miniatures and dwarfs it's a constant
chore keeping them uniformly watered not to mention fertilized and in
optimal health.  I've printed out the link and will read it more carefully.


>Here is another link re experiments with adding clay to potting soil:

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