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Thread: Cyclosecta problems. Dieing or Dormancy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 31drew31 View Post
    Looks good Brie, glad to hear they responded well to the media!
    What Andrew said!

    ---------- Post added at 07:29 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:28 PM ----------

    Here's another way to grow them:


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    Nice! Looks like it's enjoying the new media.


    In addition to growing plants, I design and build RC planes powered by Tesla batteries. Check out my progress at www.chargedplanes.com

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    I seem to have trouble keeping my pings healthy. I should try a more mineral media as well, I suppose.
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    suite

    good sucess BRIE

    jeff

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    i experience mold on the substrate and even on the moss of my pings, but other than that no trouble.
    i use peat and perlite

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    The surest way to see if the plant is healthy would be to unpot a ping and check its roots.

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    Gill_za is correct. Also thought I would add that Mexican Ping's have a very high tolerance of uprooting and dont seem to realize they have been disturbed, in my experience.

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    Oh, I envy you.

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