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Old 01-17-2012, 04:32 AM   #11 
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fertilizer isn't really needed, but in my experience it makes it less..stringy looking. Would look grassier. Fertilizer is super easy to deal with though, I found my stuff at petco and I just follow the directions to be honest.
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fertilizer isn't really needed, but in my experience it makes it less..stringy looking. Would look grassier. Fertilizer is super easy to deal with though, I found my stuff at petco and I just follow the directions to be honest.
ok thanks for the help my dude
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