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#31505 May 10th, 2005 at 04:03 PM
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I just can't seem to get these babies to grow. They've been given a good amount of light, and time outside even, for sunlight & air.. watered when I notice they are starting to dry... I just don't get it.

Tomatoes- what's left of 'em.
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Here's a bell pepper.. can I put it in the garden yet?
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And here's a broccoli.. one of the ones I started directly outside, instead of in the peat pots..
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#31506 May 10th, 2005 at 04:48 PM
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I don't know about you but I need to harden off plants before I put them into the ground. They can get stunted and not do much of anything if I don't. That pepper plant looks really good though.

Have you fed your tomato plants anything? Some miracle grow or some such?

#31507 May 10th, 2005 at 05:39 PM
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I would plant the peppers for sure. the tomatoes look like they could use more sun and some whatever fertilizer you use. When I started mine and they got that big I would start them geting used to being outside makin sure they did not dry out of course. I haven't found a cat safe place to start anything these days,lol. Good luck with them.
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