Dasylirion longissimum.

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karl66
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Re: Dasylirion longissimum.

Post by karl66 » Sun Mar 03, 2013 9:21 pm

That's not a bad idea , i will look into whats available. karl.


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Re: Dasylirion longissimum.

Post by paulrm71 » Mon Mar 04, 2013 6:27 pm

Root grow is a mycorrhizal fungi that allegedly increases root growth by up to 700 percent. Opinions are divided on whether it works or not, I thnk there is an in depth thread somewhere on the forum. But I think for about a fiver it's worth the punt. Only downside is that you would have to dig your dasy up again as the product needs to be applied directly to the roots


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Re: Dasylirion longissimum.

Post by redsquirrel » Wed Mar 06, 2013 8:00 pm

digging it up wont be hard,picking it up when it blows over would be though,flipping heavy these things.Gary Watton successfully re-rooted the one i have now, i tried everything with the first one i had,it lookied ok for a few years,the leaves brown really slowly on these when they are dead icon_thumleft icon_thumleft icon_thumleft
mars ROVER broken down. headgasket faillure


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