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Gardners, plant growers...folks with green thumbs...

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by muddin4fun, Feb 14, 2002.

  1. muddin4fun

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    I got some kick ars oranges and have decided it'd be a good idea to grow one of these seeds. Do I need to let them dry out first then plant them or what?

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    We don't have orange trees out here, alot of apple trees though. I think I would try to grow it indoors first with some good soil and fertilizer. I would think you might get a shoot to transplant outside. I think it is one of the more difficult fruit trees to grow. The soil's ph level and nitrogen content has to be just right. That's about all I know. It would be cool to see what happens though.

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    Be sure to use some fertilizer made for citrus trees, we have a lemon tree that loves the stuff.

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