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Article: Introduction to Yuccas: Yucca as a growth promoter.

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docgipe
NORTH CENTRAL, PA
(Zone 5a)

June 8, 2009
5:28 PM

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This comes as gospel fact from my grandmother and others that Yucca leaves when ground into a slurry and used as a growth promoter can be as effective as growth hormones found in kelp, alfalfa, willow new growth and even the commercial growth promoters. Grandma used to grind them by hand. I use a flea market blender purchased for a couple bucks. I effectively have used whatever Northern variety is t common to North Central Pennsylvania, zone 4. Here they seed themselves from where the seed falls or the birds move the seed about. I never planted a single one of the several that grow and bloom here.

This is a fantistic Yucca presentation. Thanks.

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