Adeniums forum: another practice for my A. Arabicum root training...

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May 31, 2015 1:51 AM CST

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kareoke
May 31, 2015 6:55 AM CST
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Ursula
May 31, 2015 7:30 AM CST
I so wish you would just talk a little bit along with your really wonderful posts. You do some really interesting stuff!
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RCanada
May 31, 2015 7:45 AM CST
Jericson, is this the Neem oil that you have the cut portions sitting in? You have them hung to dry, I imagine and for how long will they stay hung? Where would you place these once you have them potted into their new pots (sun, shade,etc.). What planting medium do you pot them into? Would like to know, so if I should try this, that I will succeed.
Kadie has done some similar works with her plants and has had very good results also.
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Rainbow
May 31, 2015 2:19 PM CST
The new posting is entitled, "another practice for my A. Arabicum root training..."

Experimenting is good...successful results will display in 2 to 3 months. Whistling
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jericson22
May 31, 2015 11:31 PM CST
Ursula said:I so wish you would just talk a little bit along with your really wonderful posts. You do some really interesting stuff!


well like the title says, practice makes perfect lol,
anyways, im planning to grow new roots on this one since i got them for cheap at a nursery, it has no price so the old lady gave it to me for $12 each, but the other arabicum socotranum besides her costs $44,

then went home, check the roots, i didnt like it, so i made a surgery, i dipped them on a neem oil, it only acts as a fungicide, then hanged them, prolly just for one day till it dries out, then gonna replant it, then the waiting game begins, its either good or bad...

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jericson22
May 31, 2015 11:32 PM CST
RCanada said:Jericson, is this the Neem oil that you have the cut portions sitting in? You have them hung to dry, I imagine and for how long will they stay hung? Where would you place these once you have them potted into their new pots (sun, shade,etc.). What planting medium do you pot them into? Would like to know, so if I should try this, that I will succeed.
Kadie has done some similar works with her plants and has had very good results also.
Rick


yes its the neem oil, hang dry prolly just one day, they will be inside my house were my grow shelf is, will be under the led lights, planting medium will be the same like everybody else nothing special

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jericson22
May 31, 2015 11:33 PM CST
BabyK said:The new posting is entitled, "another practice for my A. Arabicum root training..."

Experimenting is good...successful results will display in 2 to 3 months. Whistling
-Kadie

yep yep lol, practice makes perfect lol
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tarev
May 31, 2015 11:44 PM CST
Really love your experiments jericson..I wish we have consistent warm temps, so I can try them too.
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Ursula
Jun 1, 2015 6:25 AM CST
Thanks Jericson! Smiling Much appreciated!

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