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Oh that’s all? For some reason I figured I had to let it drip dry overnight and get back to it the next day. Making the process a lot more complicated. Maybe hanging it overnight is what I did before.... the 15 minutes or so is enough time to drip dry before I trim and manicure. After the trimming is done, all the branches are thoroughly dripped dry,
Cool- well that’s totally possible then.
Yeah I was really interested in the subject of bennies and Cap’n style around the time I joined. I wandered all over the map researching them and trying stuff. I’ve been kind of lax about using them lately though. Subculture M is what I have left on the shelf now and I’ve been dusting roots with it in the last month - though I worry it’s been sitting there too long. I don’t have any beneficial bacteria products at the moment. Sometimes I brew compost teas- with unclear results.That's when The Capn turned me onto bennies and I've never had pythium since
From what I read- it takes a couple months to get mycorrhizae established and is best done by dusting the roots at first transplant.
I finally located and ordered some Recharge last night. Is that what you’re using? It’s impossible to find in Canada - hopefully it makes it through customs.
Hmmmm... yeah I guess. Funny- I used to live around a lot of coconuts and picked them at all ages over the years. I never located anything inside them that resembles this ‘coconut water’ stuff they sell in the stores.Coconut water is good.
I did try to once.Drink it
I do have lots of aloe vera growing and this would be a good way to help thin out the babies. I’m going start a new perlite or coco cloning tray today if I get time, and I’ll try a few cuttings with aloe.Aloe is good for cutting ends -