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    my droso. seeds turned to mush! why!? i dont understand! they were in room temperature under bright light and then one day, they turned to mush! i'm so sad...

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    what was the soil mix? did you see any fungus?

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    Usually when seeds rot like this they were D.O.A. It seems odd though. Bob Z germinated seed that was a couple decades old as I recall. Perhaps the seed was not properly stored?
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    oh i'm so glad you told me this tamlin. i thought it was my fault!!!


    they just turned to jelly.. it was desgusting...

    sowed them as soon as i got them. oh well, i guess i'll try agian next time.

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    Sounds like your luck with Drosoplyllum is about as good as mine.
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    Sounds like the humidity and temperature were too high or maybe the soil was wrong...

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