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Thread: P. 'Sethos' x P. gypsicola

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    So far the best deal I've found for Trichoderma harzianum inoculant has been at Gardener's Supply Company, search for Item #31-949 (Product called RootShield). Iron oxide is found many places, but the easiest way to obtain some is from a local ceramic supply store, it is a commonly used ingredient in ceramic glazes and a very small amount goes a long way.



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    Nice plant Joseph! Do you know who originally made the hybrid?

    I've been using iron oxide recently thanks to your recommendation and whether or not its directly related, several plants suddenly doubled or tripled in size. Granted iron oxide is only one of many micronutrients needed for ideal growth but I guess it's important.

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    I'll have to hope Pyro notices this thread and responds. I received this hybrid clone from him.
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    what is everyone's thought on using a light solution of liquid seaweed with iron and spray it on the leaves?
    Would there be too many salts in the seaweed?
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    Hey Peter, we'll let you experiment and then you tell us!

    cheers,
    the other Peter
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    Peter, ok i'll try it on a few spare pings. I have used orchid fertilizer and sprayed it on the leaves. That seems to have worked well with no ill effects.
    I did see some past threads on the subject, but it did not seem like anyone had any conclusive results!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Joseph Clemens @ Sep. 15 2006,10:26)]I'll have to hope Pyro notices this thread and responds. I received this hybrid clone from him.
    Hello Joseph (and all)

    Glad to see the plant is doing so well for you.

    I am not sure who made the plant to be honest. I got it from Vic Brown and I believe he got it form BestCP. So either BestCP bred it or someone else gave it to them.

    A good looking plant regardless

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    Having observed this plant for quite some time now, I still wonder how quickly those new leaves go from bent over at the tip, to sticking out straight or slightly recurved. I don't ever seem to find any that are beginning to unbend, they seem to be either bent over at the tip or not. Must happen fairly fast.
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