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Healthy roots VS bad roots

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Here is a photo of root from one of my UC Davis Clone. I call it "super root".

I planted this cutting last November. The two huge white branches are about three months old.

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Wow,

that's a root, luxipula. May i ask in what mix you crow that ceph?

Cheers,

Frank

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On 2/14/2020 at 9:55 AM, Frank S. said:

Wow,

that's a root, luxipula. May i ask in what mix you crow that ceph?

Cheers,

Frank

Hi Frank,

I use 1:1 perlite to peat.

I personally think the more important things are how to ventilate the bottom of the pot and how to make the soil wet. These actually concludes whether the roots will get enough air all the way down the bottom end of it or not.

The healthiest root is a white root.

KM

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