Hippeastrum seeds

Alberto Castillo ezeizabotgard@hotmail.com
Wed, 20 Jul 2005 11:13:07 PDT

"You will get a million different answers to that question. A friend of mine 
in Ireland told me last year to use compost, so that is what I have used the 
past year, and it works fine. This is compost made in the summer of 2003 
(last year) or 2004 (now).

Hi Carol and Doug:
                         People is usually cooperative and well intentioned 
and eager to share what they find gives them good results. But, anything 
with a very high content of organic matter does  necessarily not remain 
stable for long, including coir, bark, peat, compost, or leafmould. As 
bacteriae act on them, they gradually turn into dust that retain dangerously 
increasing amounts of water and ultimately becoming a sponge. Watering must 
be very cautious with such materials. It is also common that people forget 
to mention how the use of such materials turns out after a season of growth.

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