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    A quick update, as it's pushing out its first pitcher...


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    Nice Looking plant... as always!

    Oh yea Mobile, I did want to mention that what you wrote:
    "When you think about it, many of the ingredients are inert, so combining them pretty much serves to increase or decrease air and moisture ratios. If you get an 'ideal' air/moisture ratio for 'your conditions' then things such as adding nutrients, be them salts or organics, can then start having an influence."

    I have been trying to explain this to people for years, and they still ask the same questions that indicate that they just don't get it!
    It seems everyone is looking for the "magical component" that will guarantee success & make their plant grow like crazy!
    No one wants to do the work of having to look at & understand their own conditions & learn what influence it has upon their plants!

    Nice words of wisdom Mobile!
    Experience is the best teacher. At least it used to be.
    But then, common sense isn't so common anymore, is it.


    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=113866

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    Update:


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    Seems to be doing pretty well. Any mold forming in that pulp yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    Seems to be doing pretty well. Any mold forming in that pulp yet?
    Sort of tough to tell, as I added trichoderma and mycorrhizal, which can grow and look a little like mold.

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    Looks great, Mobile! Congrats!
    Indeed. Most indeededly. Phillip J. Frye


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    Update 19th December 2011:


    Approximately the same view taken on 20th November 2011, for comparison:


    And a few more pictures taken today:





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    Mighty fine. You can ship that to me any time you're ready! ;-)

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