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Cooking | How to clone orchids with keiki paste
How to clone orchids with keiki paste
How to clone orchids with keiki paste
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Here I show you how to use keiki paste to clone your Phalaenopsis orchids. I also demonstrate orchid keiki on Dendrobium and Epidendrum. http:www.youtube.comsubscription_center?add_user=botanicalorchidsKeiki paste available here: UK Customers http:www.orchidspecies.co.ukKEIKI-PASTE-for-cloning-orchids.html Worldwide Customers http:www.orchidspecies.co.ukKeiki-Clone-Orchid-Cloning-Keiki-Paste-worldwide.htmlLike my Facebook page https:www.facebook.combotanicalorchidsMy other channelsStop Smoking and Vape https:www.youtube.comuservapeitwithles https:www.facebook.comvapeitwithlesPersonal Channel https:www.youtube.comuserlespickin https:www.facebook.comlespickin
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