- Thu Oct 28, 2021 6:15 pm
I'm gonna laugh at you too, just kidding. That's cool that you have some if you didn't see them before, hopefully they haven't really embeded themselves in your trays. Thing I noticed with the hitchhikers is they do a lot more work underneath than up top. I'd try to break up that area and maybe separate them if you want to keep them, otherwise you might find that entire tray becoming an utric colony :/ it's actually what I worry about with my quelchii growing where I grow moss.
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