Original post from Veggie Gardening Tips, July 17, 2007
A few weeks ago I wrote an okra article in response to questions that I received from two gardeners growing okra plants in the garden or in containers. Here’s a follow-up report that I received from Linda after recommending that she separate her container grown okra seedlings:
NY Gardener Performs Delicate Surgery
“I wanted to give you an update on my two okra plants in Western NY. A few days after I e-mailed you, I very carefully separated the two okra plants. I used a shovel to split the pot down the middle and scooped out half of the dirt and one of the plants. I added dirt, peat, and manure to both the old pot and the new pot.”
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