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washing and drying in one step

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washing and drying in one step

Post by Bemo on 24th August 2009, 03:24

my wife aked me to help with the loundry affraid . Below you can see the result

'Creme Fraise' set on a multiflora cutting:
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must see if it works under non aseptic conditions. Also the temperature and humidity I can not maintain.
Will do some more next week after 'organizing' more multiflora in the open green Laughing

thanks to Simon for the 'inspiration'



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Re: washing and drying in one step

Post by orchid40 on 25th August 2009, 19:53

LOL Bernhard !!


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Re: washing and drying in one step

Post by Carole on 25th August 2009, 23:42

Bernhard if you are going to steal your wife"s clothes pegs you will have to buy her a dryer roflmao roflmao roflmao roflmao I would however like to know what your results are like from this method of grafting Gold Star Rating

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