Steve Thorn wrote:Great information, thanks Scott.
Yeah, I think I'm leaning the same way, that a little pruning of each will make the healthiest plant and that a smaller surface area will help the plant adjust quicker to its new spot.
It's always hard for me to prune a plant, especially the top part of a fruit tree, but I'm thinking it should end up greatly helping the new plant get the best start.
Great info, thanks again Scott!
Lucrecia Anderson wrote:
Tj Jefferson wrote:
First, I am struck with how this guy is considered controversial and radical. Controversial because what he is saying would have been standard psychology teaching when I was in university 20 years ago.
He became well known and was considered controversial when he publicly stated he would not be forced into using non-standard pronouns (i.e. zie, zim, etc...) after the mandatory use of preferred pronouns was passed into law.
Then as he gained popularity some other fairly standard views were labeled as controversial too (i.e. psychological differences between men and women).