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    Hmmm. Anyone try willow water on cps? I don't have a mother of thousands OR willow tree available.

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    I have! I used it when starting some D. multifida and at first didnt see any results but after waiting just a little bit I began to start to see roots forming underneath each little plantlet! Ilbasso has those The plants forked in less than 4 months... This was just a one time shot at doing it but it seems to have made a little bit of a difference. Maybe it is time for another experiment with a control, willow-water and MOT juice. Oddly enough now I can't propagate that plant to save my soul... I have no idea why but oh well.

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    Don't forget to have a control group of seed too with no special treatment.

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    What seed? The seed of CPs (besides maybe Drosophyllum) is going to germinate at high rates anyway if you give it the proper conditions. If you don't give it proper conditions, "additives" aren't going to matter.
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    I'm at a loss at where seeds suddenly came from in this topic

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    EDIT: Just a thought... should this be moved or split into 2 different threads? Or just let it run on seeing as no one wants any of these infernal weeds... I mean... Wonderful plants!
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    Mother of Thousands is really Bryophyllum daigremontianum It is an annual plant from southwestern Madagascar. It is an annual that can't tolerate frosts.

    NOTE: ALL PARTS OF THIS PLANT ARE POISONOUS.

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    Tell that to my plant... *get winters that go below freezing often* It's bombproof... it just sprouts back from its roots. It will survive along with the roaches after the word ends and nuclear radiation have leveled everything...

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    I did more research and see that this plant is s Kalanchoe. It's one that was placed in a different genus. Here is an article on this plant:]
    http://www.plantoftheweek.org/week375.shtml

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