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shipping beardless

Hello to my Cyber family,
I have had very little experience shipping beardless, but the best 
results both sending and receiving is to wrap in paper towels or 
newspapers and soak in water. This is after they have sat in water for a 
little while - maybe an hour or two. I wrap in a baggy, twist-tie and 
send super mail. When I receive them, I soak in water at least 1 hour 
and plant right away, even if that means I turn the spotlight on and do 
it by flashlight.  Of course I water, water, water until the cows come 

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