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Thread: Nepenthes villosa in vitro started Janurary 2013

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    put me down for two of them suckers!

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    Very nice . . .

    Why the hurry in deflasking the seedlings? I have found that their survivability is far higher after the production of the first few true leaves . . .
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    Hm, so soon deprived of the jello? You must like watering the children.

    And such dedication, you will be in for the long pathetically slow growth on compost.

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    @rj: it seems you are already utilizing a code that already embeds an image. manually adding the brackets [ img] and [/img ] are not necessary... as for adding in the image, you simply just paste in the code wherever you like.

    the code can be pasted along the same line of text, which will yield this:

    or you can press enter so that the image is on its own line.


    awesome progress... i am also curious as to the reason behind removing the seedlings at such an early stage...though your wording sounds like this is normal protocol for you and with reasonable success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokie22 View Post

    And such dedication, you will be in for the long pathetically slow growth on compost.
    How do you really feel, Jen? Get off the fence . . .

    How's Saby the mouse enjoying his new digs?
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    I recall some people doing the reverse to seedlings. However, if there should be 50 hour days and 2 or 3 clones of myself, perhaps the odds would be in favor that one of us would take a liking to watering. Speed. Easibility. Higher success. All sprouts will be forever on jello.

    I feel fine. It is nice and snuggly under the blankets.

    Saby was trying to escape all day and had to take numerous naps to regroup. And I haven't a clue as to why he wouldn't desire a situation free from worries.

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    Well Pokie and BigB, I have about 200 seedlins in vitro loving the jello, and about 50 seedlings on compost, and of course the compost is a little more work but the reason for my doing this is they were contaminations and I didn't want to do the rescue replate work, so I just dipped them in a 2% H202 solution for a bit and tossed them on the compost, they are happy, not as happy as the "jello" lovers. It was my being lazy and I was curious what the suirvival rate would be, so far so good. And yes I have found the same to be true BigB that once they produce pichers they tend to do better.

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    Oh, that explains it. That once happened with a batch of N. lowii seed which had a cyanobacteria issue. In the photos, it appears that there is very little media in the vessels and that the seedlings appeared to be in a "cube" of media in a larger jar. Is that an illusion or had it been divided from another vessel?
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