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    November's Gemma....

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    Maybe not the most vivid pictures, but presentable. And I know the erricksoniae cross will have to be renamed. (omissa?)

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    Nice progress Jim!
    Is that mold on your first photo with the sargentii plants?! If it is you better do something about it or you risk loosing them.
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    Looking good! What's that in the last pic? Pygmeae?
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    Marius: Yeah... that's a little mold. Let it dry out a bit? Cinnamon?

    Nepfreak: It came as D. erricksoniae, but I think it's supposed to be called omissa.

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    Yes, dry out a bit and more light and air movement
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    They're at w window sill, exposed to the air and what shines through the window. I may have to move them to the grow rack for artificial lighting. The sill gives them cooler temps, though.

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    Mold loves cool temps
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    Nice Jim! My Scorpioides made Gemma and I sowed some yesterday! This is my first time harvesting and trying gemma. Can't wait!
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