1. I'd say it's worth a shot as long as the trunk isn't mushy at all

  2. what causes the alocasia to die so easy? i just got one as a gift the other day 🫣

  3. They're high maintenance. They need high humidity, high light, can't let it dry out completely, and are very heavy feeders. If you don't fertilize them enough you end up losing a leaf every time you get a new one.

  4. Seriously though, idk anything natural that will get rid of thrips. It took multiple uses of 2 kinds of pesticides to get rid of them in my house.

  5. I was told this happens because of low humidity.

  6. Damn, I already killed them last week, but aparently they are back?

  7. They are super difficult to fully get rid of. They lay eggs in the tissue of the leaves and there's not really any way to get rid of the eggs. You need to treat with an insecticide like Captain Jack's Dead Bug Brew every 3 days and have to continue treatment for at least 3 weeks. If you're in the US, bonide systemic granules in the soil will treat up to 8 weeks but can take 5-10 days to work so you need to continue to treat with a spray during that time.

  8. My husband agrees. He prefers single ply, no frills, scrape off the outer layer of skin on your butthole toilet paper. He doesn't like the 'paper dingle-berries' that the good stuff leaves behind 😑

  9. Everything I've bought recently has been dry as well except for Grow Ohio. Even cultivators who have Boveda (or boost) packs in them are turning to dust when you touch them.

  10. Went to bloom seven mile they kept the cart upside down for some reason but when I opened it the carts leaked so bad I can’t even take it out to the container it’s stuck into it

  11. Call the dispensary and see if they recommend bringing it back or contacting the processor. This should be considered defective and be able to be exchanged at the dispo.

  12. I've been looking for that for a long time! Where are you getting it? I used to see it a lot but not anymore.

  13. I founds some at Sunnyside in Newark a few weeks ago. Cokoh brand. Haven't seen it since. 92 cookies has bd (and gsc) but doesn't hit like a classic bd.

  14. My local nursery has this option in the terrarium section. They have all of the different substrates that you might need for a terrarium and charge by the scoop.

  15. Can I ask how long it took to get these roots? I just put a snake plant propagation in water and I am (im)patiently waiting

  16. Not op but it took me about 3 months to get roots this size and another 2 months after that before it popped out a baby

  17. Marantas don't like to dry out all the way so having it in terracotta probably isn't the best idea. Terracotta pulls moisture from the soil and causes it to dry out quicker.

  18. Motor Cake is in my top 3. It is excellent for night time pain relief and helps me sleep all night. I get it nearly every time I go to the dispensary.

  19. I really don't think they got rid of it all the dispensarys by me have the strain I'm still debating on getting that or blueberry cookies by grassroots

  20. Just realized this was 5 days old. Which strain did you get?

  21. You're right! They didn't get rid of it completely. I was told by several bud tenders and a Grow Ohio Employee that it was done last year. I guess they lost the mother plant so they had to discontinue it while they grew a new momma.

  22. Roach by Benaleaves, lighthouse Sciences has live resin disposables, pure Ohio wellness has a few.

  23. Appreciate it. I've never bought a disposable so I wasn't sure what was out there. I'm assuming if it doesn't say live resin or co2 specifically that it's distillate, is that correct?

  24. Watch out for scammers in this sub. I had someone message me minutes after posting telling me to message Jackson Smith for his 'higher quality shit'

  25. High humidity, bright indirect light, distilled water, and keep the soil moist but not soggy

  26. This plant was a gift from my mom, I’m not sure what it is exactly. It’s in medium to high sunlight in my living room. I’ve been keeping the soil moist but it doesn’t seem happy. Any advice to keeping this guy alive?

  27. Those are definitely spider mites and those are what destroyed your plant.

  28. I just had a new leaf open up looking like this. Did you ever get to the bottom of what is was? Did your plant survive?

  29. I've never heard of this one. Who's it from and what else is it crossed with?

  30. So it's straight wedding cake not crossed with anything else?

  31. Soak it in rubbing alcohol. I've used mine daily since 2012. I clean the leftover bits out with a tiny brush used to clean hair out of clippers(got a 12 pack on Amazon) after every time I use it and give it a good clean with rubbing alcohol 3-4 times a year, wipe it out with q-tips to get any bits stuck in crevices, and rinse it with water really well. Make sure it's completely dry before you use it again.

  32. I got one of these for $3 at home depot last week! It was 3 main plants that had about 40 baby plants on them. Sadly 1 of the main plants had broken off at the base so I'm attempting to propagate it. I split the other 2 main plants into separate pots and had another 10 or so babies fall off. I have no idea what I'm going to do with them if they all take but honestly I'm just hoping at least one survives lol

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