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Old March 31, 2019   #4
oakley
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Sometimes trying to correct a problem this early can do more harm than good.
I might, maybe, give it a transplant into fresh sterile soil. After a soil wash with
dilute hydrogen peroxide. Might be a funk bit of soil.

I would not try and correct with any fertilizers just yet. I'd like to see the next grow
spurt first.

I'd like to say I never have just one last seed but it has happened a couple times this
season already. And I save seeds every season. Those two are the only hybrids I
grow. Need to re-stock.
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