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Y'ALLS/A question for Tom Barr



Yah Kimitachi, (Japanese for a typical Bronx greeting)
Here I am in the Greater outside sauna reading your efforts to sound like 
Tommy Lee or Geoge W Bush. Youse guys alla buncha Republicans?

I'd like to get back on to the subject of plants. Some very nice people sent 
me some cordifolus, ozelot and swartzi seeds. The seeds germinated at temps 
of 30C and 90% humidity but have not grown any since they threw up 2 small 
leaves. At present I have over 100 1 cm tall plantlets that are doing well 
but have shown no inclination to grow.

As Tom is blessed with 81 green thumbs (he's all thumbs according to 
rumours) I'd like some input as to how I can get these plants to grow 
larger. They are in shallow flats filled with old mulmy soit covered with 
gravel and about 5cm of clean aged water. They are exposed to morning sun a 
nd the water temp is in the upper 27-29C range, pH is neutral to slightly 
acid.
>

Edward Venn,
SMG Holdings Co., Ltd.,
Deux Chateaux Blanc 2-303,
1356 Kobuchi, Kasukabe,
Saitama, Japan


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