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By Max_I
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What’s up everyone I’m back with more plants and more questions. I just received a macrophylla today and while I was trimming it I noticed something strange, that my clippers weren’t centimeters away from cutting off a dead leaf, but what appeared to be it’s root. I’m pretty sure this seedling has been growing with its roots partially outside of the spag. What do you guys think I should do.
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By Darkroom Denizen
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I would cover it up with a small amount of extra media or some moss. That should keep it from getting too dry.

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