can pencil shavings be a source of nutrients for seed germination and seeding growth?



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    An organic garden advice site suggests not using pencil shavings in gardening or compost. While the graphite is a source of potassium which does aid seed germination, the woods used to make the pencils can have natural but toxic resins in them that may inhibit plant growth.

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