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The hardening off process, the seedlings enjoy a week or two under shade cloth, gradually increasing sunlight exposure. They're at the "afternoon shade" point in the second week.
· Date: Wed October 19, 2011 · Views: 1633 · Filesize: 71.6kb, 138.8kb · Dimensions: 653 x 490 ·
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Linds28

Registered: March 2013
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Fri June 14, 2013 3:53am Rating: 10.00 

Hope I`m as successful !!!!!!
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Bob3


Registered: January 2010
Location: Sacramento, Luxemburg
Posts: 465
Fri June 14, 2013 5:38am

Biggest thing to remember is how much the seedlings flat out dislike being transplanted; the little critters can croak right after transplanting, even when there's no apparent disturbance of the roots, like they got "shocked" or otherwise developed a really bad attitude!

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