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    Hi!
    This is my U. bisquamata that I've had for about a year now. (Hey, it dawns on me that I've had my cps for exactly a year now!)

    Anyway, what are the guidelines for repotting these? It's obviously pretty dense in there. When/how is one supposed to repot utrics?



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    You get the blue ribbon for "Best Display" . Nice little pot of terror you have there.

    To reproduce this in another pot, simply remove a plug and stuff it in the new pot of medium whenever you get the urge.
    "Grow More, Share More"

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    Thanks Tamlin! Hey, do I NEED to transplant them? Or can they just stay packed in there indefinately?

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    WOW, what a wonderfull display. Thanks for sharing.

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    Capslock,

    Wow... my U. bisquamata are just seedlings right now. What conditions are you growing them in?
    DOH!

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