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    I have a thing Im wondering about.
    Everyone's talking about how much of a weed D capensis is, bein able to grow successfully almost everywhere...
    So if I was to sow some seeds on regular household plant soil with fertilizer in it, would they grow?

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    You could try, but I wouldn't waste too many seeds this way, though, as it's not really that likely they would survive. They're referred to as weeds more because of their prolific breeding (1000's of seeds at a time, self-fertile) habits.
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    Ah, I kinda assumed that it included soils as well...
    Ima give it a shot anyway, as I have like a million seeds...
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    It will make a great experiment. Please report your findings and keep us updated.
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    Will do [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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