Finding a home for plants

Sanity Check

Registered User
英雄メンバー / Eiyuu Menbaa / Hero Member
Joined
Aug 7, 2019
Messages
559
Reaction score
382
Age
36
Country
Akatsuki
My new year's resolutions for 2020.

#2 Do more 3D printing and CNC hobbyist stuff, 3D paper models. More DIY.

#6 Do more stock market trading, more finance.
...

Its been a year. We're looking @ 2021 resolutions. What type of progress have I made.

My 3D printer is still in its box. I haven't even assembled it yet.

There are things in finance & elsewhere I've wanted to try for more than a year I haven't followed through on.

An entire year passed without me making progress on some things.

...

This is a thread for future success & failure with some things I do.

In the hope others might be entertained by or perhaps learn from my mistakes.


:toc
 

Sanity Check

Registered User
英雄メンバー / Eiyuu Menbaa / Hero Member
Joined
Aug 7, 2019
Messages
559
Reaction score
382
Age
36
Country
Akatsuki
File under #plant and #food stuff.

Garlic propagation attempt #1
(Never tried this before, zero experience)



Garlic clove from supermarket.



Broken up and fragmented into respective portions.



< They say the flat end produces roots | the pointy end sprouts and leaves >



Arrayed in water with flat (root) end pointing downwards. If everything goes according to plan, each fragment produces roots and sprouts. If they develop enough I'll plant in soil and eventually have full grown garlic plants. Some of which would be fragmented and replanted to produce more plants.

Containers are the cut off bottom of a 2 liter bottle on left, lid of a 2 lb peanut container on right.

Attempts @ re-using plastics.
--- Double Post Merged, , Original Post Date: ---

Update.

All of my garlic rotted and died. Smelled disgusting.

:invalid

Need to find a better supply of garlic for it to work.

Will try again when I figure out what went wrong and how to fix.
 
Top