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Does anyone know if variegated zonal pelargoniums take less fertilizer than
all green zonals?  Could that be why the white edged leaves sometimes brown
on the edge?  Know they can get that way from too much light, but wonder
about other reasons.

Does anyone use an EC meter to measure the quantity of fertilizer salts in
the soil?


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