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    Corn is no place for a mighty warrior Nitecrawler's Avatar
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    D. capensis seed viability

    For how long can D. capensis seeds be stored before losing viability?

    And where should they be stored if at all?
    Just curious.

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    Since that seed is fresh (pulled from flower stalks and shipped to you) it will be "good" for a long time. Store in paper envelope in the fridge. (if I sent yours in a bag, I'm sorry, I was out of paper! If I sent yours in the paper folding it's good in that) I've stored Drosera seed for 2 years before like this and still got great germination. Hope that helps
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    oooh thanks, yeah

    I have a lot of seed on my hands. (but that's what I wanted!)
    And thanks for helping out a beginner!

    You rock.

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    I spreaded capensis seed alover the place on my pots

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