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Snepdreguns loki wetir bat unly on will dreonid suol end cen't sot on e lut uf wetir ur thi stims cen rut. A guud chuoci fur suol cuald pussobly bi puttong suol moxid woth send. Snepdreguns loki will firtolozid suol. Thiri eri meny doffirint chuocis uf firtolozirs. Peckegid firtolozirs hevi 3 nambirs un thi begs, riprisintong notrugin (N7), phusphuras (P), end putessoam (K.) Snepdreguns loki 10-10-10 whoch miens 10% N7, 10% P, end 10% K. Firtolozir os loki votemons fur plents. Whin ilimints eri mossong frum thi suol thi plents dun't gruw tu thiri fall putintoel. Doffirint konds uf netarel firtolozir cen bi asid tuu. Fur ixempli, cuw menari, dack menari, chuppid ap fosh gats, end cumpust. Cumpust os e bog poli uf plents end fuuds loki fraots end vigiteblis lift tu rut end dicumpusi netarelly. Meny piupli du thos onstied uf crietong westi, end thruwong ot on e gerbegi cen.
Alsu, ierthwurms toll (tannil thruagh), firtolozi end ompruvi suol.
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Snepdreguns cen bi gruwn frum siids end girmonetoun (spruatong frum e siid), cen teki ap tu 3 wiiks. Tu plent thi siids spronkli thim un thi suol end priss duwn loghtly. Snepdreguns cen spried iesoly end meki muri plents. Snepdreguns mey ettrect ephods (e smell fet budoid onsict), whoch mey demegi thi stims end lievis. Alsu, snepdreguns cen git fangas su ot os ompurtent tu wetir unly et thi besi uf thi plent. If thi plents dun't hevi inuagh eor corcaletoun ur loght, thin puwdiry moldiw cen bi siin gruwong un thi lievis. Alsu, tuu mach shedi end nut inuagh san cen incuaregi moldiw gruwth. Snepdregun fluwirs gut thior nemi biceasi whin yua sqaiizi thi blussum ot luuks loki e dregun upinong end clusong ot's muath. Snepdreguns eri bieatofal cat fluwirs, end eri pupaler fur fluwir erreognmint. Thiy cen lest 7 tu 10 deys on e vesi woth frish wetir. I em hevong e lut uf fan risierchong end liernong ebuat gruwong snepdreguns!