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Old 05-04-2003, 06:35 AM
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Hi all,
my stag got a bit neglected a lack of water maily, while moving home.
anyone know a way that might help?
THANKS
Paul



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g'day paul,

if it has any sign of life, put it in a shaded well lit spot and water
it very regularly, don't let it dry out keep it damp. if you have a
spot in your garden that is high in humidity put it there.

len

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"len brauer" wrote in message
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g'day paul,

if it has any sign of life, put it in a shaded well lit spot and water
it very regularly, don't let it dry out keep it damp. if you have a
spot in your garden that is high in humidity put it there.

len

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happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and
the environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/


As well as the above after a few weeks feed it with some nice rotted
leaf litter or equivalent, repeat every few months during the warmer
part of the year.

David


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thanks, any special way of inserting the leaf matter?
Paul
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"len brauer" wrote in message
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g'day paul,

if it has any sign of life, put it in a shaded well lit spot and water
it very regularly, don't let it dry out keep it damp. if you have a
spot in your garden that is high in humidity put it there.

len

snipped
--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and

the environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/


As well as the above after a few weeks feed it with some nice rotted
leaf litter or equivalent, repeat every few months during the warmer
part of the year.

David






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