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gfranke08

I bought a bag of Jiffy Organic Seed Starter and now there is a white substance growing inside the bag. Can someone help please? Should I toss this bag?

   
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Isabella
I think I've found the perfect solution to start seedlings: I got to know the owner of a rather big nursery, so I buy the seeds from the internet and give them to him, to start seedlings. When they're ready, he just brings them over, and I start planting :)
A thing he thought me: when handling small seedlings, especially when transplanting to bigger pots, try not to touch the stem, hold them gently by the leaves, otherwise they might be injured.
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Isabella
** Taught
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