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Started as a seed (spinach?)
#95037 January 1st, 2007 at 03:45 PM
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Well, as soon as I found this forum I new I'd need this sooner or later. Guess it's sooner.

So, I was playing around, planning on planting a few basil seeds I found in a box. I was going to use a soil from a ziplock bag I'd set away. It was originally in some pots I had that I emptied out / moved the occupants. Can't recall.

To my surprise, when I opened it up there was a plant on the top!
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Due to the position of the bag, it was getting a little light - not much. And the soil was moist, but just barely.

Instead of planting the basil, I planted this guy instead:

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The reason I think it might be spinach is because I was trying to grow some from seed months ago, and that might be one of the pots I emptied into that bag. I can't remember what the young spinach plants looked like anymore.

Thoughts?

Re: Started as a seed (spinach?)
#95038 January 1st, 2007 at 10:21 PM
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I think it might be a bit too soon to tell, it might be easier with a few more leaves, maybe try the seed site and see if there is a pic of a spinach sprout?

Re: Started as a seed (spinach?)
#95039 January 7th, 2007 at 02:28 AM
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need to see the first set of leaves after the cotyledons.


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