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Old 06-01-2006, 11:33 PM   #61
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Yes I know, did a lot of research before I purchased it. Its been doing great.

Did you know that a carnation also has a low survival rate? Ive had mine for a good amount of time as well. Doing great.

Not growing caul, im trimming caul It can toxify a system if allowed to become predominant. Weekly trimming/pinching keeps it under control. Looks great IMO.

**crosses fingers**
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FishFrik- You are right the maximas to take less light. I had the two confused. I have the maxima. I know its the one that takes the lesser of light requirements of the two. Thanks for the correction! I dont know why I had it in my head that way, but oh well. Either way, its doing awesome!
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