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Fertilizer & Soil


I have been reading a lot lately about various types of fertilizers and
potting mixes for miniature and dwarf pelargoniums - primarily zonals.
There is so much conflicting advice that I wanted to ask for more!  What
do you members prefer?  What works best and why?  Some say vermiculite
OK and others say to avoid.  Some say not to use a nitrogen source from
urea as it produces harmful gases.  Since these little guys need always
to be in pots here, any comments would be appreciated.  I live in Eureka
in northern California.  Thanks.

Sandy Megowan - sandym@northcoast.com

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