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    Nice!-<(^_^<)
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    Stop showing off your hairy ugly hamata! Just joking, personally I think all hamatas are ugly, but all your plants look great and healthy, I just don't like hamata for some reason.

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    I just don't like hamata for some reason.
    SHUN THE NON BELIEVER!

    John, does the Hamata grow under fluorescents too? I remember asking you this in the past, but I can't remember what you told me.
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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    yeah the hamata is under flourescent, not even plural! I might double it's lighting later give it two 15 watt lights but I have heard it is sensitive to change in lighting I heard one guy had his plant shriek when he replaced his light bulbs.
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    When it is larger I am going to periodically slice off the growing tip becuase it contains a hormone which suppresses basal growth and hopefully I can get the cutting to strike, if not I can always seperate the basals after they reach a certain size.
    Lol wut.
    If you want basals, just lay the plant horizontally. Seriously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phissionkorps View Post
    Lol wut.
    If you want basals, just lay the plant horizontally. Seriously.
    I thought that encouraged lateral offshoots, which I would have to slice off and root like cuttings, basals develop their own roots as they grow.
    Does laying the vine sideways encourage basal production as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by D_muscipula View Post
    The cutest binata divisions ever, taken from a binata I recieved from jefforever- Thanks!
    You're welcome. How is your calycifida doing? Mine finally crashed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jefforever View Post
    You're welcome. How is your calycifida doing? Mine finally crashed!
    Great I forgot to post it in the picture thread, here are pics I took them the same day as all the other photos in this thread.




    Sorry yours burnt out. If I had some LFS I could repot them and send you some as I do believe there are multiple plants in the pot.
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