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Best way to water your plug plants

April 1st, 2013 · No Comments

If you have recently purchased some plug plants one problem you might have come across it that they can be hard to water especially this the plugs become dry or they are a plant such as Begonia rex where ideally you do not want to get the leaves wet when watering.
One method we use is to place the plugs on some capillary matting on a flat surface with one end of the matting in a trough or bucket. The matting with soak up the water and the compost in the plugs will in turn by capillary action take up the water from the matting making sure the plugs are not over watered and that the plants leaves stay dry.

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