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Offline SunAndSanD

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Sulphur powder, Lime, or Cinnamon powder?
« on: Tuesday, 26 August 2014 - 01:58:10 »
Hey, I have just received a new 25 year old Ariocarpus agavoides specimen (will post pics soon  ;) ), and am wondering what you all here use as an anti-fungal.  I want to stay away from the rooting powders and all the bad chemicals.  I've heard Sulphur powder can be good but I've also heard Lime powder can be good too...also there's  Cinnamon powder which seems interesting.  Is there any special kind that I should get?  Thank you all.  \O/
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Re: Sulphur powder, Lime, or Cinnamon powder?
« Reply #1 on: Monday, 27 October 2014 - 09:50:46 »
cinnamon will slowli be digested by bacteria because  the anti bacterial part is leaving in the air, the other two powders will give roots a hard time to sprout. jut let it sit in the sun in an empty pot well dried until full spring. no fungi, no chemicals, happy plant


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