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define these common terms used in the forum and add some more

Posted by linpony none (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 27, 12 at 15:12

I am new to this and would like you all to define the terms used in this forum please I will add terms as I find them I am sure if I read all the posts I will find them but I thought maybe this would be a good fresh post for all the newies


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RE: define these common terms used in the forum and add some more

OK, We'll do our best to make this easier for you to understand! We're hear to help you and sometimes "entertain" you too...


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RE: define these common terms used in the forum and add some more

Have you read our FAQ document? That should give you more idea of context. You can alway Google a term you don't know.
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RE: define these common terms used in the forum and add some more

Most of what we say is pretty straight forward, we don't use much botanical jargon and if we do it typically applies to all plants.

Do you know what words you're confused about?


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