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Mystery Plant Would't Fire Roll But The Jute Did... Nicely

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Description: Can you ID this mystery plant? It wouldn't ignite with the Fire Roll technique... but, the Jute sure did. Please SUBSCRIBE at the end of the video. Thanks!
Duration: 8 minutes and 55 seconds
Rating: 7/10 - Good
Definition: HD
Published: June 11, 2015
Author: David West


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