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Old 05-26-2020, 08:55 AM   #1
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Cut the tops and replant
Leave the healthy bottoms in place
Toss the ratty bottoms in the garbage (not outside / down the drain, many hygro's are bad invasive species)
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I did, the pictures show where i cut and the other picture show the part i planted with some roots
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Cut the tops and replant
Leave the healthy bottoms in place
Toss the ratty bottoms in the garbage (not outside / down the drain, many hygro's are bad invasive species)
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