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Name: david sevitt
jerusalem israel
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davidsevit
Aug 1, 2015 9:26 PM CST
since i discovered that the greenhouse reaches 46 degrees and is humid it may have been good for growing fuchsia cuttings in may.....now my question is.....if i put fuchsias in a 1 litre bottle wich is inside a very big(15 litre)transparent water container with a low level of water but in no direct sun at all.a closed-in patio (with good ventillation)for example today we have 35 degrees.....is the surrounding of the fuchsias called humid?because there is no sun rays that cause the the low level of water to rise?
the sme thing i did in direct sun and i nearly burnt the fuchsias because i created a mini hot house.
besides...how much is the quantity of light important for rooting?
i have a feeling that a dark surrounding is good for a start...

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