Re: Hurry up and wait!
>From: Augustine J Rodriguez <rodrigaj at uwec_edu> (Augustine Rodriguez)
>Date: Wed, 25 Sep 1996 14:54:38 -1108
>Subject: Patience with Plants
>Karen Randall and others have commented about having patience with aquatic
>What is a reasonable amount of time to wait after you try something (i.e.,
>try a new fertilizer, try a new lighting scheme, etc...) before you can say
>that the new change either helped, hurt or did not affect the plants?
>I know that there is a lot of experimentation going on out there, and
>thought that readers of this digest might like to share their thoughts and
>Elk Mound, WI, USA
I have read, and found from my own experience that two to three weeks are
required for submersed plants to show visible changes. Three weeks is the
minimum for bog plants.
- Bill Brady ...
On the shores of the Chesapeake Bay,
the land of pleasant living - Harwood Maryland USA