Date: Wed, 16 Jun 99 04:12 EDT From: Dave Evans <T442119@RUTADMIN.RUTGERS.EDU> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg2183$foo@default> Subject: Re: Superthrive
> Finally got me some superthrive. I'd like to know if anyones
> had any good results using it, what type of plants theyve used
> it on, how theyve applied it (into water trays, mist, what?) and
> what dilution / frequency theyve used. Anyone notice any negative
Yes, don't use more than recommended. Think of steroids, a little
has great effects. Too much and your hair falls out, your umm (not
list worthy) shrinks and/or you heart may stop working after blowing
a gasket or two. Plants aren't quite so dramatic, but they can be
just as messed up.
A drop or two per quart good to use for transplants of Nepenthes
and Heliamphora. It has no useful effect on Sarracenia that I can
notice. Use it when watering the transplant into place.
> I'd like to use it on my precious Drosera and others.
Good idea. I feel this is the best use for this product, with
regard to CPs. Use ten drops per quart and soak your Drosera leaf
cuttings in it for a couple minutes before transfering them to
where you're going to grow them out. (Tom Hayes came up with this
one, BTW) It seems to promote foliar embyros in Drosera. I
haven't tried on Pinguicula, but would use less ST on them if
you're so inclined.
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