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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 2:58 pm 
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(Before Thrive) our carrots were stunted and sometimes cracked. Often they had double heads. This is the first year we have had carrots that have done so well.

The taste is incredible and I never have to peel them.

Tony M.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 2:22 pm 
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I'm using it to get my winter flowers off to a good start (Violas, Pansies and primrose).

I can't be sure but I think it is helping to get some real nice roots on most of the plants. I [ut everything into the ground a week or two ago and many plants had great roots to them and the 22-25 degree nights haven't hurt them a bit.

One question - I notice that there are several labels: Flowers, Veggies, others... but as best I can tell they all have the same ingedients in the same proportions?

Think I will try it on the lawn as well and see how we do with that. Are there any tips for making it more effective?


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