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Cephalotus Looking Ok?


Getting There...
A quick forward: I received 3 leaf pullings from a very generous user about 6 months ago now, 2 of which took (HG and Phil Mann) they were started in LFS and I let them sit until tonight. The Phil Mann was starting to brown a little bit in its bag, having gone untouched. So I finally manned up (no pun intended) and transplanted both of the pullings into a peat/sand mix iwht some perlite and LFS thrown into for airiness and put them back into their respective bags to acclimate. This mixture will definitely be less moist which I think their roots will appreciate. I put a thin layer of sand on top to prevent mold and gave them a dusting of disease killer for good measure. Pictured is the Phil Mann, which was the worse looking of the two, but had a much larger root then the HG surprisingly. Thoughts on the health or suggestions to keep em alive?
Thanks as always,
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/hugh-jass/11397707143/" title="Untitled by kwalton, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7370/11397707143_14b3a0ae78.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="Untitled"></a>
its hard to tell from the pic, but any plant with new growth is a good sign.
what did you dust the plant with?
Garden Dust Insecticide that works to kill fungus too.