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Old 11-18-2006, 02:26 PM
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Cut the spike off completely, and use a sterile tool. If you are going to pot it up, you don't need to remove all the dead roots, but pulling off most of the loose tissue would probably be good. After potting up and watering well, you might want to drape some seran wrap or a baggy loosly over the plant to raise the local humidity until it has some roots.
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