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Another question about gritty mix

Posted by krismast 6 S.E. PA (My Page) on
Thu, May 23, 13 at 8:19

Hi everyone! I started some Poncirus trifoliata seeds in gritty mix that have since sprouted. I was hopping to grow these in containers for a few years before they are big enough and then I would plant them in the ground outside. It just occurred to me that you probably can't plant a rootball of gritty mix in the ground? Or can you? Should I put these seedlings in something else if my plan is to eventually out them in the ground?

Thanks

Kristopher


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RE: Another question about gritty mix

When you take your plant out of the gritty mix you will be able to just shake it off. I would continue in the gritty mix until ready to put in the ground. Al


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RE: Another question about gritty mix

So would it be more like planting a bare root tree then?

Kristopher


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RE: Another question about gritty mix

Hi Kristopher!

You are correct!

You will have a nice rootball by then, so there will be no problem.

Just plant like any other barefoot plant in the ground!

Good luck!

Laura


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RE: Another question about gritty mix

Thank you very much Al and Laura! One less thing I need to think about! LOL

Kristopher


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