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Seedling repotting

Posted by kodom087 9 Houston (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 20, 14 at 9:58

I was repotting a few of my seedlings and decided to show of some of the roots. These are close to a year old. They were getting some light from the edge of the cup. I also have not ever trimmed the roots to these. They are all natural. I don't even think I've pinched the tops. I need to keep better notes on my stock rather than trying to remember each one.

This one suffered a little sun burn last year but has recovered quite nicely.

Kirk


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RE: Seedling repotting

What excellent pictures! Kirk, thanks for posting!

Lennie in Michigan

I'm still waiting for warmer weather to try to start my seeds.


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RE: Seedling repotting

Looking good Kirk!!!

Im Going to try my hand at cutting the base and trying some "centipede roots". I need to go back and see about the straight cut on the bottom. Did you use a sealant on the bottom after it dried for a few ?

They look so healthy!!!

Glad you had a great Birthday!!!

Take care,

Laura


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RE: Seedling repotting

Kirk- lookin very nice and healthy. Thanks for sharing. Mine are almost a year and are not lookin half as good as yours. :/

Chuy


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RE: Seedling repotting

Thanks, everyone!

Laura, on the one's I had cut I did not seal but if I do it again I probably will. I believe I did it like cuttings. Wiped off any bleeding, dip in rooting powder and let sit a few days. Well, the major root cuts.

Kirk


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