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    Some good info about growing container plants

    these website's contain usefull info for growing containerized plants for sale.
    click on every possible way you can to gleen the info contained in the pages of these websites. i think the info is well explained and can possibly make you a better grower with or without using these products. it gives you the why's and whatfor's of this method.

    http://www.rootmaker.com/index.html

    http://www.treebag.com/
    i certainly hope it helps some of the growers that frequent Landspro that grow trees and shrubs.
    shepp zone 5/6
    Last edited by shepp; 01-19-2003 at 03:20 PM.

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    all those with questions about spin-out should read, also bag growing.

    Spin-out may not be such a good idea
    Jim Lang

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    Jim,

    I do believe that it depends upon what plant, ie. tree/shrub/perennial that you are growing...

    I am not sure what the answer is for all of the above, but I am willing to learn and try!

    Right now, there are simply not enough hours in the day, so I cannot form an opinion until I do...

    And, I will! Just give me TIME!
    Ann B.
    Zone 9a
    Gulf Coast


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    for sure

    the best thing is mother earth to grow your plants in.
    sometimes it a little more work .
    sometimes some of these methods are work savers and some are not . we have to decide what works best for each of us with any given circumstance and requirements needed to get the plants to market.

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