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RE: Curious about reusing SASBE (Follow-Up #1)

posted by: agirlsgirl on 02.20.2008 at 02:42 pm in Seed Exchange Forum

Kathy,I just peel the old stamps off and add the new stamps. I have never had a problem sending or receiving used Bubble envies. As far as the bar codes,I have only received a few with this and it peels off easily. As long as the postage is new and there are no stamp marks on it ,it will be fine.I always add tape to the corner where the postage goes and most of the time where the address labels are also,so the person that receives can easily peel off the old and replace them with the new.This also extends the life of the bubble envelope. I think it is great you are trying so hard to do everything just right! :)
Look foward to trading with you! :)

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Instructions for returning SASBE
clipped on: 09.19.2009 at 05:09 pm    last updated on: 09.19.2009 at 05:16 pm

RE: where are the old threads? (Follow-Up #1)

posted by: trudi_d on 07.29.2009 at 07:31 am in Winter Sowing Forum

Those are 67 pages of threads. This garden forum is one of the busiest on the internet. There are no archives.

I used the internet WayBack Machine to pull up some old posts. Usue the link below to start hunting.

Here is a link that might be useful: WayBack Machine Winter Sows

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clipped on: 07.29.2009 at 01:07 pm    last updated on: 07.29.2009 at 01:07 pm

Endless supply of seed envelopes

posted by: pitimpinai on 07.25.2009 at 06:25 pm in Winter Sowing Forum

Saw the interest in seed envelopes that karendee posted.
I am reviving my old threads for more options.
Here are the links:

Endless supply of seed envelopes

Here's another thread:
More options

Hope you can use them.
:-)

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clipped on: 07.25.2009 at 09:14 pm    last updated on: 07.25.2009 at 09:14 pm

RE: Winter sowing containers (Follow-Up #3)

posted by: recluse on 07.20.2009 at 06:46 am in Container Gardening Forum

I have winter sown in the final pots. The problem I had was the volume of soil (mix). It took much longer for the soil to warm and the seed to germinate.

It can be done, tho. I used thick, clear plastic to cover a 5 gal bucket with a tomato seed inside. It germinated eventually and grew to produce well.

One tip: locate your ventilation hole/s away from where you've planted the seed or eventually moisture drops will uncover the seed.

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WS in containers.
clipped on: 07.22.2009 at 01:16 pm    last updated on: 07.22.2009 at 01:17 pm