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    Quote Originally Posted by Api View Post
    So its not necessary but helps some? Sorry for so many questions lol

    Edit: I looked but didn't see. Thanks amp and Luca.
    Kind of like getting a yearly flu shot.

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    Flu shot are more dangerous than the flu itself they are made in very unsterile conditions

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    Quote Originally Posted by n bicalcarata View Post
    Flu shot are more dangerous than the flu itself they are made in very unsterile conditions

    Did a celebrity tell you this?
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n bicalcarata View Post
    Flu shot are more dangerous than the flu itself they are made in very unsterile conditions
    Not even close.

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    I soak newly arrived plants (Neps and Helis) in tricho+Superthrive soup for a few hours before potting. I prepare the mix in advance to ensure that the media is moist. Pot them up, add a top dressing of live shagnum moss, water lightly and cover with an inverted clear dixie cup with a hole punched in it. I spray the inside of the dixie cup every morning to maintain humidity and remove the cup when I start to see growth (usually a month or two).

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    @ exo no a scientist did

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    Yeah probably some wackjob scientist, there has been no evidence supporting this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonH View Post
    I soak newly arrived plants (Neps and Helis) in tricho+Superthrive soup for a few hours before potting. I prepare the mix in advance to ensure that the media is moist. Pot them up, add a top dressing of live shagnum moss, water lightly and cover with an inverted clear dixie cup with a hole punched in it. I spray the inside of the dixie cup every morning to maintain humidity and remove the cup when I start to see growth (usually a month or two).

    Ditto for everything, except I cut the bottom off of a zip-lock bag, fascen it to the pot using a rubber band, and "unzip" it as the weeks go by.

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