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    I have 20+ seedlings of D. burmannii. Can I transplant them?
    Or do they not handle root disturbance [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]




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    They are pretty easy to grow, just be careful to transplant.
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    Watchout for temperatures being too cold. Here in Florida in Winter I lost all my Burmannii because of the cold

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    can I transplant them?

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    yes
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    thanks everyone! That was what I was wondering

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    The smaller they are, the easier they are to transplant.
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    Mine seedlings all responded BETTER after transplanting. Keep the soil moist enough and they should LOVE the new pot.
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