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Thread: D. burmmanni & D. capensis seeds

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    I've found unwashed [bad quality] peat moss to be deadly to seedlings and even mature plants of certain species.

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    true but 2 weeks hasnt been enough time to think that its not just the seeds being slow yet
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    I've found that D. burmanii likes to start waking up after 2 weeks. In fact I've found that quite a few species like to wake up just at around 2 weeks. No need to despair yet jlui83.

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    Alright for the D. Capensis pot im starting to actually see a little bit of green stuff coming out.. I guess what I do now is get it under some BRIGHT light and just wait right?... Right I have this container under a compact fluorescent light by itself so The light is directly above the container and getting MAX light.

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