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  • From Seed To Flower-How One Grower Does It
    • Joni (Login Yodlei44)
      Hummingbirder 2008
      Posted Feb 9, 2017 3:46 PM

      Woldhuis Farms Sunrise Greenhouse is my go to local place. They have an open house every spring & let customers see their restricted areas. I thought it was very interesting how they grow/plant everything but didn't know they made a video of it. I don't have facebook & you don't need to have it either but here is a link to their page & then click on "not now" when the pop-up to join comes up & start the video & hover over the bottom right of the video & it will let you view it full screen. It's about 10 mins. long. Shows plug to tray planting, how they handle vast amounts of pot mix, cuttings, etc.

      https://www.facebook.com/woldhuisfarms/videos/vb.138500802841873/256113457816736/?type=2&theater


      Joni
      Elwood, IL
      Zone 5
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