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    2 Young Talangensis basals


    removed them today, a shot before i potted them up for rooting.

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    Interesting. Something I think I should be more aggressive about separating basals, but I love the bushy look.
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    Hey SK How are you gowing about to root them? I want to vut my Muluensis x Lowii basals soon.

    Ummm If you left them longer wouldn't have you gotten them to make their own roots?
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    Quote Originally Posted by carnivoure12 View Post

    Ummm If you left them longer wouldn't have you gotten them to make their own roots?
    From what I've seen, basals are attached to the very base of the stem of a Nep, with no roots.
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    Cool. How tall is that N. talangensis? Then I can know when mine will produce basals.
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    Clue, Talangensis will basal almost at any time.
    my vine is about a foot or so.
    No, carn they dont make their own roots, like Capensis said, they are attached to the plant. just at the rootball.

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    Oh well I guess I should listen to everything I hear Are you going to root them in Pure LFS Moss?
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    Already am rooting them Carn :P i generally root in LFS/Perlite, LFS, LFS/Peat/Perlite...it depends on what i have handy or what i feel like going through lol its all the same to me.

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