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#358137 Jun 22nd, 2012 at 12:33 AM
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I am planting seedlings in 5 gal. pails and I am worried about these clusters of yellowish-greenish-golden liquid filled balls in the soil. They could be beneficial or they might not. They might have come from the roots of tomato plants or they might have come from insects. Any ideas?

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did you use miracle grow potting soil? If they are tiny, they could be "fertilizer" from enriched potting soil


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These little round eggs could be worm eggs. It is hard to tell without a picture. But I raise European Nightcrawlers and I know they have yellow goldenish eggs. Before I got to know worm These Eggs always freaked me out too for i never knew.


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