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Re: Peat/Limestone vs. Vermiculite
    #67917 - 12/08/99 12:25 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)


I was just wondering...Is there anything wrong with fatasses?

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Anonymous

Re: Peat/Limestone vs. Vermiculite
    #67919 - 12/08/99 12:28 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

nope. fatasses just have extra water content in them.


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Anonymous

Re: Peat/Limestone vs. Vermiculite
    #67920 - 12/08/99 01:45 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Major,

What causes fat-asses?

GT



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Re: Peat/Limestone vs. Vermiculite
    #67921 - 12/08/99 01:51 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

the "fatass" syndrome is causes by too much humidity and water and stuff ya know STUFF!

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Re: Peat/Limestone vs. Vermiculite
    #67922 - 12/10/99 02:49 AM (22 years, 7 months ago)

that, and the FACT that SOME strains are a little more susceptable to those conditions.

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Re: Peat/Limestone vs. Vermiculite
    #67923 - 12/10/99 03:08 AM (22 years, 7 months ago)

I would think the waterholding capacity of vermiculite is the main reason for a higher degree of fatassism.


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