I agree, nothing like the feeling of confidence. Once you get it you feel like you can grow anything.. and probably can.
Tea or alcohol extract for me. Bod makes a good point though. An occasional fresh trip isn't out of the question.
Sorry to hear about your troubles. Glad you're ok.
The first pic is wet bubble infection. I'm being lazy at the moment so...
A cut & paste from...
From the second pic in the post above. My Mugato Strain (Muse x Huckmonkey). Feminized seeds.
First time? Wouldn't know it. Great job! They're beautiful. The bluing is normal. Surprised not to see more of it actually.
They're kind of...
Some of my own breeding throwing out some nice colors under 2700k light.
Can't tell you how good they are but they have been around for a while.
The coil, condensate pan and drain need to be cleaned. The cleaner comes in a spray can and usually isn't very expensive. Follow the...
That's not FAE problems. Most likely a Mycovirus. Barnavirus maybe. No way of knowing for sure at our level, but it fits the description somewhat.
The bacteria actually does produce a toxin, but it's a targeted toxin that focuses on bug larvae. No ill effects for other living things so it's...
Miss Wells is referring to Mosquito Dunks (or Bits). A bacteria normally found in soil. Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis. No chemicals and...
Seen is good. I wouldn't want to touch them either lol. Nice shot!
Recent trip or the original excursions?
It's probably the most touchy of all the zapos, but when it goes right... it's the most beautiful. Old pic, but if the current attempt pans out...
:old: Damn kids! Get off my compost pile!
Damn. :facepalm: They are that old aren't they. What does that say for us? :lol:
I was going to say Subbalteatus but I think that name is obsolete now in favor of Cinctulus. Just woke up and I never Google before coffee so...
Might be. Around here they tend to be a more washed out color, but I wouldn't rule it out.
Either way, none of those varieties compare to...
Not sure, but hard to find a source. I received that one as a gift from a florist I think lol. Long time ago, but I still use it to this day.
Likely Gemmata or Aprica.
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