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    Quote Originally Posted by SDCPs View Post
    Heat and watering...i wouldn't make any more.
    what do you mean?
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    If you have success, and they turn out to be a nice little colony--once they produce those seed like things of course. Let me know! I'm interested.

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    yeah, i realise that when they make more gemmae, it WILL be a problem... but once established, i assume if i hold it upside down, the roots should hold it in place, and the gemmae 'should' fall out(if teased off the mother).
    i'll keep you guys updated!
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    Yeah...I was thinking about that...but glass? the roots won't hold on to that.

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    you can use chopsticks and try to hold the soil back when its upside down.

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    lol, that's how i got them in there in the first place! chopsticks and tweezers, hehe.
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    When they Produce Gemmae, You could always use a moist Q tip and dip it down in the bottle held by a tweezer and lift out the Gemmae that way. The gemmae will stick to the moist Q tip held by the Tweezer.

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    someone made a suction apparatus that could siphon the gemmae.

    tube-->sealed jar<---straw

    you were supposed to draw air from the jar into your mouth, and the tube would in turn suck the gemmae out and into the jar. (dont know if it's possible for the gemmae to fly out of the tube and into the straw...that would be unpleasant)

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