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By schmeg
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#323583
I'm interested in trying MaxSea on my fly trap seedlings over the winter (not doing dormancy for them).

A little goes a long way, especially because those plants are so tiny. I'd love to get a couple of spoonfuls to try out. Anyone willing to accept my SASE with ziploc baggie and send me a bit of your MaxSea stash?

:| <-- not fed with MaxSea

:mrgreen: <-- fed with MaxSea
By Copper2
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#332659
Cross wrote:I want to chime in too, can it be used on seeds and sphagnum moss?

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I heard (actually read) that it can be used on sphagnum. You want to put it into the traps as soon as the seedlings are big enough. VTFs don’t like maxsea.

Never used it myself
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By Cross
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Joined:  Fri Oct 26, 2018 11:25 pm
#332740
hollyhock wrote:I offered this member some last year. I don't think she is still active :cry:
I feel there should be a joke about fertilizer in here, but I can't think of it.

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