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help! something ate my seeds!

Posted by Jedonne 6/7 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 19, 12 at 19:30

What is eating my seeds? I couldn't figure out why some things weren't germinating. They were getting eaten! It seems to only be happening with certain seeds and only inside. I'm going to try to start everything else OUTSIDE, since it's nice now. In the meantime, Here are some things I need to replace.
Cosmos (pink, fuschia, shell no yellow or orange)
organic peanuts
pink pampas
white pampas
vine peach
Check my trade list for things I can trade.
Let me know if you know what these little wormy things are and how to get rid of them organically!

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