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Old 09-25-2008, 04:06 AM   #31
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I'd suggest you start them in bigger pots so you won't need to transfer them later - transplanting really knocks them back IMO.
Yeah this is quite right. I have tried this few plants and as a result I lost few branches of those plants, thats really painful. But after few days all plants got new leaves.

But now I plant even small one into big pots so that I can avoid this kind of things.
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