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Could anyone post an example picture of a VFT leaf cutting?

Posted by agentrdy (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 20, 07 at 20:57

Hey, would anyone mind pulling a leaf off of one of their flytraps as if you're making a normal leaf pulling, and then taking a picture of it so that I (and everyone else) can see exactly how far down you need to pull, and how much of the white to pull off, and what a successful leaf pulling actually looks like before it's put in medium to root. I'd really appreciate this, and it'd be a nice exclusive edition to this forum; I was unable to find any comparable picture even on google images. Hopefully someone wouldn't mind sacrificing for the good of all, and I'm sure a lot of people's questions would be answered. Thanks!

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RE: Could anyone post an example picture of a VFT leaf cutting?

Hi argentrdy,
This is how a leaf pulling should look,
Even thought I don't have rooting hormone,it will still work.

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Here is a link that might be useful: Fkytrap leaf pulling

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