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    What do you guys do for drosera and sarrs?

    papertowels or peat. Any others?

    thanks

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    Some use wet papertowels or peat or even lfs in a ziplog bag. SPeaking from personal experience, I will recommend the paper towel method, cause I tried the lfs and it's a pain to get all the seeds out, after the strafiitication period.

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    I use the wet paper towel method,or I go and line pots of the "normal" compost for them in the fridge(Yeah mom loves that....)
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    I simply sow the sarr seeds in peat, siplong them then place them in the fridge and take them out at the end of December and put them on a sunny window, when they germinate, I leave them on the window for a few months before potting them up seperatly.
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