Any tips or tricks to promote root growth in flasks that are in the last stage before deflasking? Anything with temperature or light levels? Background - I often purchase Lepanthes flasks from Ecuagenera. Sometimes they come with great root growth and are ready to come out, other times they have very few apparent roots. I've tried waiting for around 6 months to remove the ones with less root growth, but it doesn't seem to make much difference. I tend to pull them regardless once I see leaf death or substantial blooming in the flask. This flask has pretty decent roots and I'll probably pull it soon (although I've had some come with far more root growth) I see very few roots in this flask, although the plants are spiking and starting to bloom. I'd also, in general, love to hear peoples thoughts about deflasking and how you decide when to pull. Thanks!