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Old 08-05-2020, 01:47 PM #1
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UTZ Baked Cheese ball containers

Just so happens I have a Malawi (F) that is 5 weeks old and was ready for x-plant and 12/12. These are wonderful plants.
I thought about it and asked Rock 'n Roll Girl if she would clean the container for me which she did, very well.
Then I took a brand new vinyl saucer (6") and placed it inside the UTZ Baked Cheeseball container. I surrounded the saucer with H2O, keeping the inside of the saucer dry.
At this point I filled a 4" pot with Pro-Mix, you can use anything without fertilizer in it. Soaked the Pro-Mix thoroughly, poked a pencil hole in to the Pro-Mix to accept the cutting.
It was a rather large cutting, about 4-5" with large fan leaves. I inserted the cutting immediately in to Rootone and then inserted it in to the 4" pot inside the UTZ Cheeseball container.
Then I put the lid on the container and placed it in my nursery cabinet. 2nd day there was a slight wilt. The cabinet runs at 79-80 degrees F. The lights stay on 24/7. I saw a wonderful humidity , albeit slight, build up on the walls of the UTZ Baked Cheeseball container. Yes!!!
Day 3 and I just checked her. The slight wilt is gone. Everything is looking a go go.
I am not fucking with her for 3-4 weeks. They are slow to root.
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Old 08-12-2020, 10:11 AM #2
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7 days and the two large fan leaves are beginning to yellow. The cutting is standing straight. Everything is functioning nicely.
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My friend and I obliterated a tub/bucket of them recently, joking that the orange balls provided us much-needed vitamins. If you want to get crazy, dip them into soft, but not liquid, butter.
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My friend and I obliterated a tub/bucket of them recently, joking that the orange balls provided us much-needed vitamins. If you want to get crazy, dip them into soft, but not liquid, butter.

Oh boy!!! Sounds extremely decadent. Thanks for the tip!!!
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