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I was suggested that roots dont a dapt to the soil were they grow in 
I ask you to try to place watergrown roots in soil They just die in 
most cases. That is why tc labs have troubles to get plants from 
agar to soil. In Holland commercial grown cacti after a year of grow 
in seedling flats are cut of from their roots completely before 
transplanting in new soil Are they stupid ?. Often plants "get a 
seroius drawback" when transplanting Why? because it cannot adapt to 
the new soil. Often first the old roots must have dissppaerd Of 
course in many cases the roots CAN adapt. We are discussing here the 
cases where they dont. Happy to see the friendly way people react to 
new information As usual some people object to information as it 
shatters their old beliefs 
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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