This concerned us as we didn't want to lose our Fang. :cry: Did a little research on the pros & cons of using the refrigerator's vegetable crisper for artificial dormancy. Most of the stuff on the net concerned using this method for regions which had freezing winters. Ours is just the opposite as we don't even have frosts & the normal nighttime absolute minimum would be about 10C (50F). Maximum would be between 16C-20C (60sF-70sF). Most of the sites I found were way too complex with their instructions, which put me off from even attempting to do it. THEN I found a great site which had down-to-earth simple advice. All you needed to do with this method was to scoop the plant & its rhizomes out of the pot with a handful of the potting medium. In our case, this was very damp, peat moss. Found that the plant was, actually, two plants. Then you place them into freezer or sandwich bags, tied the tops, leaving space in the bag between the tie & the plant. I used two freezer bags for each plant as they aren't very thick. We have two crispers in our refrigerator with one being able to be temperature controlled. This I set to vegetable function, as we did not want to freeze the poor things & they were popped in, & forgotten, for two & half months. Did check that they weren't freezing, when I remembered.
This is how they looked when I brought them out of the crisper, & potted them, at the end of winter. I was pleasantly surprised to see that they looked the same as they did when they went into the crisper. This is a pic of them potted using the soil that they were in during their spell in the crisper.