Here is experiment I did with the sponges. I transplanted a VFT and a tiny 1/8 in. leaf fell off,I almost just threw it out,it was soooooo small,then I remembered I have sponges,I just stuck it in,no special treatment and did'nt expect anything to come of it..5 weeks later and look,Babies.. The only problem I see is leaf pulls of VFT give you many plants. I just don't know how I would ever separate them out of these sponges.
They came from Park Seed, although there are alot of other variations within the Hydroponics marketplace.
Originally Posted by madmacks420
The sponge material ceases to amaze! Some of my pullings failed pretty early. I had an abundance of seed this season so I tossed a few seeds on the sponge to be long forgotten.
I was getting ready to pack up the last pullings for a friend and notice a leaf poking out of the moss. I weeded back the moss to find that the ceph seed took root! I'm glad it caught my eye. Else I would have lossed a few seed grown cephs.
Last edited by Jcal; 11-11-2014 at 05:21 PM.
What an excellent thread. I'm surely going to try this once I have some more leaves. I just put the Emu Point leaves in LFS before reading this
Last edited by Randoja; 11-13-2014 at 06:44 PM.