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Will Trichos Grow Here?

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Got another 7 pieces coming in the mail... Fkn never ends... Should stop now till after winter, I love these things. This hobby has totally taken me.  :)

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well done man, took me ages to realize having lots of bridgesii / multiples of same species= could only be a good thing 

 

i used to think "what do I need more of the same species for?"

 

how did you avoid that hurdle and realize the awesome clones are totes worth collecting so early? 

 

 

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Shiyet, I even love having multiples of the same clones, so I can see what happens in different growing conditions. You get to experiment!

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I think having multiple different bridgesii is good. Even multiple specimens of the single clone, e.g. I've got 3 eileens growing now.
I reckon I will try to get 3x specimens of every clone on the list... put the best specimen in the garden then pot up the other two and propogate/sell. ebay is showing me it could potentially be a lucrative business.

My post above the written list should have nice photos hosted on imgur, but I can no longer see the pix in my post. Hmm ill have to take new pix and post them up anyway, I have gotten some new pieces since.
Everything is going very well. On the south coast here its been a really nice dry winter, quite mild with the temps on the coast too. Most of my things were new cuts... zero rot issues, everything seems to be rooted :).

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Trichemon....gotta catch them all...lol:lol:

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Man Skellum, I feel really bad for you.  That looks like an absolutely terrible place to live. :wink:

 

In all seriousness though, your collection looks great.  I hope you never have to move though.  Moving after contracting the trichovirus is a huge pain in the ass. 

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