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Slow turnover of water in substrate

Hi Paul,

Thanks for the additional explanation.

By the way, how come you know so much about all these?
Is it because you always have sunny, bright days in
Jackson, Mississippi that you must study everything about
plants to counter their population?

Now I know why they never run out of story for X-File.

Casey Huang

yhplsing at singnet_com.sg 

>Date: Tue, 4 Nov 1997 18:36:29 -0500
>From: krombhol at teclink_net (Paul Krombholz)
>Subject: Re: Those bubbles and turnover of water in the substrate.

>Roger Miller wrote, Tuesday, Nov. 4:
>>....This is where I break down to speculation, and someone else could
>>probably give a better answer.

>From what I have read about it, all the plant does is have a system of air
>channels extending throughout the leaves, stems and roots, and the oxygen
>simply diffuses through the air channels into the roots and then into the
>Paul Krombholz in sunny, bright, Jackson, Mississippi,