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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    Here is my current propagation tray. I think I started it about 7 months ago, and probably 10 plants have been plucked from it already for trades and such.
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    edit: here is a picture from back close to when I started it. I added some more after that photo though.


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    thats cool. is that just moss and perlite? whats the really big leaf in the top photo?

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    im going to guess thats a miranda cutting Millipede
    I have currently, as far as cuttings that ive rooted in the past few months,
    N. xPredator
    N. ventricosa x angasanensis
    N. copelandii
    and ive rooted a few others like ventricosa or ventrata.....

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    Yes, LFS and perlite, the cuttings are dipped in rooting hormone as well. That cutting is a N. rafflensiana.

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    oh wow my eyes are failing me....
    looked like a miranda for some reason **shrug**

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    Out of curiousity Andy, I was wondering why the moss on top of the perlite?

    I have a similar tub using just perlite...

    just curious

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    It's not moss on perlite... It's a 50:50 mix of perlite/LFS just like I use for most of my Neps

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    i wish i could look at the roots and see how they are progressing.. could anyone describe this to me or post pics? i dont want to disturb mine but i really want to know

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