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March 3, 2002
10:48 AM

Post #24238

Thought this may be of interest to some here'
High Desert, CA
(Zone 8a)

March 11, 2002
10:11 AM

Post #225013

Thanks Sis for the info. i use perlite on my plants a lot.i buy them in bulk, but prior to using, i cut a small hole to fit the hose and fill with water. the water aids in preventing to inhale those powdery stuff. use perlite mostly on flowering plants. thx again... ma vie

March 11, 2002
10:17 AM

Post #225014

Same here MVR'
Newnan, GA
(Zone 8a)

March 11, 2002
11:28 AM

Post #225031

wow, thanks ladies.

(Zone 5a)

March 11, 2002
11:29 AM

Post #225033

I had no idea I used a lot of it last summer, thanks for the information.
Saint Helen, MI
(Zone 5a)

March 12, 2002
3:54 AM

Post #225443

Last night in mixed up my own seed starter mix. I used 7 bags of vermiculite. I did it in the house with my little girl helping me mix it with her hands. Wish I had read this sooner...

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