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Old March 30, 2019   #2
SueCT
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If it is a favorite, I would gently turn it over, holding the soil of the others in with my fingers, and pop that one out. Then check the soil condition and roots if you can see any. If the soil is wet all the way down, I would repot in dryer soil. In my experience seedlings that size don't need fertilizer yet so I would think a dificiency is less likely. I can't think of any other cause.
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