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BAP and then?

Just some observations .Last year a single crowned seedling of 
Invincible, kept for its solid red petioles, was making new offsetts at 
the basis of each petiole . Probably due to the fact I planted it in 
new soil in spring. Yet this year only two crowns came up. This was in 
a way a natural  occurrence with the same result as bapping. My 
question for all those that are so enthousiastic promoting the 
selling of BAP10 and the mysterious buffer X ( just use a single drop 
of soap) . All those plants with all those new plantlets. How many 
reappear the next year. ( In some cases none see Charles Tuttle).
 PS I do have access to enough BAP but I am not inclined yet to use 
it as I prefer quality to quantity  Only the use on a single sporting 
leaf seems interesting to me.
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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