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Definition of sweating plants

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Definition as written by Terry:

Occasionally purchased plants need to be "sweated" to stimulate growth and break dormancy.

When necessary, cover plant roots with very moist sphagnum peat moss and then create a tent over the entire plant, taking special care to ensure good air circulation through the plant material. Check daily for signs of bud swelling or new growth

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