ulvoe(S skandinavia)October 26, 2005

In april 2004 I got a package of 1 OZ redwood (seq.semp.)seeds from FW schumager and co. in Mass. I gave them 3 days in (not so) hot water. And planted them in rich soil. Now I have 25 small redwood trees each around 40 cm high.

Right now Im about to move them to bigger pots. Do anybody know what kind of fertilizer (if any) I should use for these trees?

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I don't think I would use fertilizer at all without talking to an agricultural agent. a bit of vompost if you are really concerned, but plants should be able to extract what they need from the soil. After a while, the soil is depleted, then you put in fresh soil.

    Bookmark   November 4, 2005 at 12:07PM
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