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    Byblis

    Well I got 95% germination on my byblis more and more germinate in my pot that is like 8 inches tall/5inches wide&long .. Now I have some 1 inch tall guys who are rather close like an inch or so apart while some are spaced much farther away. Do I kill them or will the be okay clumping ? say 3 outa 15 of them are very close. I moved 4 or so very small seedlings that were not very close i'll see what happens since they could dieoff from the transplant(fine I guess ).. Would like an opinion on what to do with 15 seedlings in a pot that is too small for a pot unless you guys say so. I could try to get another pot for byblis then deep transplant them but well I dunno would be sweet to have another pot of these guys.

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    I wouldn't go out of your way to kill any. They may thin themselves out. They son't take too kindly to transplanting, either.

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    Alright I'll let them thin them selfs

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    You can transplant them when they are tiny but once they get over 1/4" I'd leave them alone.

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    Okay they were like abit less than a quarter there gonna be left alone then the strongest /well spaced ones will live since they will choke each other out maybe.

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    It's one of those things that if you don't absolutely have to tarnsplant them, it's best not to... unless they are that young.

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