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Old 09-21-2021, 07:05 PM
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I want it to try!! I did it with 4 different supermarket Phals

Phal 1 ( similar to 4)


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So how does the application process work? Is it a big mess operation or something you can play with in a living room?

BTW I like how meaty and fat your plants look. Nice.
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Sorry didn't see this.
Of course, you can handle it in your living room. I just applied with a really small sharp point the hormones either in a little cut I made in the crown or I peel the spike stems in the bottom nodule sheets and apply the product.

The problem with the cuts in the crown is that could get infected so I seal it with hot candle waxed after applying the hormone
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It is fun and easy.

I just gently peel the bract at the node on a spike once the flowers have dropped and then you get the colony to spread!!
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