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manzano167 wrote:what about VFT's i want to know about vft pure water pullings if it works only pure water or you have to add somethingPullings will strike in pure water (I've done it), but you're much better off starting them in sphagnum or even the regular soil mix you use for VFTs.
manzano167 wrote:did you strike with only WATER not tap water but RO or distiled give me tips like do i need to keep humidity high?Yes, I used distilled water when I did my experiment. If you treat your pullings the same as your plant, they will take. There's really not any reason to do much of anything special to them and certainly putting them in pure water is nothing more than novel, and it certainly won't increase your chances to get a strike. It helps to put them in sphagnum, but pure water isn't necessary at all.
manzano167 wrote:i have 2 pullings in baggy under the florescent light its a 18 watt 2 inches away theres a paper wet inside baggy and the pulling is at the top of paper not covered just covered by the ziplock and i blew a little inside for little space ( the ziplock was squishing the pulling not hard but just incase) is there anything else to do or that will do the trick to strickk aso i have an other 2 pullings in pure water in this glass cup covered on top to keep humidity high and its also on the side of the light is this ok?That sounds fine. Basically just keep the pulling moist, give it good light and it should strike.
manzano167 wrote:english please LOLI don't see any foreign languages in this thread
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