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Old March 28, 2019   #16
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This is so true to my heartfelt core.
I do know what your thinking. I went through the same process. My choice was Coco Coir, rinsed and rinsed again. Then seeds were applied. Coco is weird it takes some time and overflow holes are needed. Be patient. Ha said the man who planted 3 kind seeds in the same container. Anyway, it will happen. As an old man told me.
Just keep putting in the seeds, hell something will grow.
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