Blog post: Order Received, Fred Manning: Great looking roots on those plants

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Name: Larry
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Seedfork
Mar 9, 2017 9:25 AM CST
Those plants look like they should get established in a very short while. I am curious about the looks of the foliage of Lillian's Vapor Trail, I noticed a couple of my own plants here looking like that and wonder what caused it?
Name: Stan
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GaNinFl
Mar 9, 2017 9:37 AM CST
I agree Larry, and I should get them in the ground tomorrow so they can be on their way. Before doing so I will dip in a systemic treatment, not because they're unhealthy, but just as a precaution. As for LVT, I am sure its a touch of interveinial chlorosis probably form a iron deficiency. Something to consider too is that the photo's were taken with my smart phone. Which, has a tendency to over expose some colors.
Stan
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