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Re: Cuttings

  • Subject: Re: Cuttings
  • From: Joe-Oregon Coast jowilmajo@YAHOO.COM
  • Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 11:32:16 -0800

I heartily recommend VF-11 but it is rather hard to
find at nurseries & garden shops. Better to ask for it
by name.

--- William Lemke <GardenerBill1@AOL.COM> wrote:
> Sandy
> Charles (and I) used VF-11 available ant most
> nurseries (a liquid). He also
> used his runoff from his worm farm.  Fast draining
> (that stays moist) growing
> medium is a must of course.  Your minis and dwarfs
> may be more prone to
> fungal disease.  But, I have not seen it with my
> cuttings and foliar feeding.
> Bill


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