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Use a Palette Knife To Remove Seedlings for Potting Up

By abhege
March 1, 2015

Because it is flat and narrow, a palette knife can be a useful tool for seed starting.

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Name: wayne
memphis (Zone 7b)
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wayne
Feb 28, 2015 6:54 PM CST
I've used a palette knife with my seedlings for a couple of years, it also works well when you're splitting paper towels like @Trish mentioned on the podcast this week. I moved my growing operation outside this winter and I totally left my palette knife inside, so thank you for the reminder Smiling
Name: Trish
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Feb 28, 2015 9:55 PM CST

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