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    Since P. agnata is a Mexican Ping I don't believe it needs stratification, D. intermedia might or might not, just depends, and good old D. filiformis probably does but might not, however I don't think it will hurt anything if you do and it doesn't.

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    Odysseus thanks for the advice I think I'll do the water in the fridge do u think 6 weeks would work

    Huntsmanshorn I wasn't shore on the p. agnata and the other two I don't know about them I'll just do the fridge thing just In case
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    P. agnata is a Mexican butterwort, a subtropical species, and does not need stratification of any sort. D. intermedia and D. filiformis both require a 4 week stratification IF they are a temperate form, as filiformis has one subtropical variety (FL All Red) and intermedia can be found both in Cuba and South America. Generally peat moss works well as a medium, less chance of sphagnum that can overgrow the seedlings, but as whole pots take up space I usually wrap the seeds in a wet paper towel, place it in a zip-tight bag, and stratify them that way.
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    Exactly what HCarlton said. I just did mine for four weeks. Just be sure you know what type yours are and then give the ones that need it the four week stratification.

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    Well everyone I thought I might just keep this thread I'd just us it as my grow thread here's a pic of d. Capensis" giant"

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    And here is D. madagascariensis


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    And D. nidiformi x D. Natelensis


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    And the last one for today D. Snyder



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