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  • ClareMichiko

    Just wondering, if you were to use eggshells, do you think you could you just pop the sprouts in the ground outside still in the shells in hopes that they would decompose and make way for the new plant to grow? I thought it may be possible, and this would be a convenient way to compost and give nutrients to the new seedlings.