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FmGrowit

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All orders have been sent out. If you didn't get yours, send me a PM with the seeds you want and your name and complete address.

I get requests in at least 5 different formats and it makes processing difficult (to say the least). The orders I probably missed are most likely those sent as a PM over the passed several months. I had a overload of PM's and had to purge a bunch and I think I deleted some to the orders. Sorry if I missed your order, but there is plenty of time to send them, so shoot me another PM.

Thanks,
Don
 

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I got mine a week ago, thanks ct. shade leaf Im going to grow some uncoverd with partil sun as my monte was . [not main crop but experiment crop]. A huge difference in leaf quality. I won't be putting alol my eggs in one basket though. You could almost see through the leavesfrom my front porch baccy. I'm not sure if thats the quality i'm after.
 

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Generally...the thinner the leaf, the less fermentation it can withstand. The more fermentation, the darker the finish product. So if you want a maduro wrapper, you need to start with a sturdy leaf. Shade leaf is almost always light in color.
 
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