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When i prune my crypts i use guard the surpluses roots to spreading. I have a stiro-foam box with a java moss bed, so i put this roots on the moss. In a few week i obtain a lot of baby crypts, then i pass this little plant to a pot with nutritive substrate.

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The principal species are wendtii, green and brown, tropica and Mi Oya, becktii, and walkerii.

Greentings from Spain
 

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Very nice looking plants! I especially like the wendtii with the striping on the leaves.
 

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thank for the comments.

i am using a mixture of red clay (used for childs in school works), local yelow clay, sifted earthworms castings, sand 2-3 mm of grain, akadama clay and old rest of floradepot.
 

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My little crypt farm... at january 2005



Actually, i am testing some differents soils. Coco litter (coconut fiber) has showing good results.
 
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