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Old 09-11-2020, 12:18 PM
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Wowza! And how in the world are you moving all this tiny little stuff?!?
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At the open orchid shows in Moscow and St. Petersburg, where Equagenera, various German gardeners, Ecuador, Brazil come. Sometimes our piples go to Europe, to Japan, where they buy and bring plants
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At the open orchid shows in Moscow and St. Petersburg, where Equagenera, various German gardeners, Ecuador, Brazil come. Sometimes our piples go to Europe, to Japan, where they buy and bring plants
Misunderstood the question Akhenaten... HOW are you moving this stuff to a new grow space? It all looks so... intertwined. Can you move it as a whole unit?
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HOW are you moving this stuff to a new grow space? It all looks so... intertwined. Can you move it as a whole unit?
Got it.
I usually buy mature plants. I thoroughly wash out all the substrate (moss, bark) from the roots. Then, with disposable syringe needle (they are sharp, sterile, do not rust), I pin the rhizome and roots to the hygrolon, sometimes I pin the moss on top, but rarely. The moss in pleurotallidinarum grows very quickly and the plant quickly becomes overgrown with moss, as if it had grown in that moss. I don't do anything, they are all by themselves

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So each place where you see the moss and different little plants is each on it's own piece or section. I get it.

But you can't move the whole big thing (the white pockets with inside pots) all in one piece, right? you still have to take apart and put back together?
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Oh, dear WaterWitchin, are you talking about wall-mounted phytomodules? These are large wall-mounted modular pots with 2 pots. Each pot is 1 liter, approx. The whole phytowall is disassembled as LEGO it is not super fast, but very fast. Each plant has its own pot, which fits into a white module. Moving is easy

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Yes, I was talking about both. And now I have the big picture! Gracias for hanging in there with me.

Maybe we should go back to communicating in Klingon!

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Now that begs for another question... do you use
translator like google? Or just have a good command of English language?
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