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Repotting - nursery cells to rootbound plants

Posted by neuf 5 Indy (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 28, 14 at 6:04

First...thanks to Al for sharing his knowledge about soils. After reading a ton of discussion about 5-1-1, I have been searching the forum for the definitive tapla post on repotting in general and using the mix. I, and a huge bunch of others, am about to be repotting a bunch of flat plants (coleus, begonias, petunias, etc.) and need to help some older plants older plants where root care may be involved as well.

If this subject has been covered well and a link is available, please post it.

Thanks!

Jeff

This post was edited by neuf on Mon, Apr 28, 14 at 6:09


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