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Old 11-07-2013, 05:44 AM
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well i normally get my broms in newspaper and they are not in potted pot. now i got one thats in a pot with dirt and everything. should i remove the dirt or what should i do?

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Remove dirt, rootball, and sterilize like usual



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s;right that what i need to know. thanks
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wait whats the root ball? lol im new to plants and stuff and i still need some learning lol
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wait whats the root ball? lol im new to plants and stuff and i still need some learning lol
I think he said remove rootball. The roots you get when the broms are in pots are weak and will not anchor the broms in place like you want. Chop most of that off and sanitize like usual. that way, when you attach the brom to whatever, new strong, anchoring roots will grow instead of the stringy, weak ones.
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