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    Quote Originally Posted by phissionkorps View Post
    Q: What are the benefits of seed grown plants?
    A: More tolerant, stronger, more beautiful and unique individuals. Also, less stress on wild populations once cultivated breeders are established.
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    Now go get some seed, grow it out, and start trading your exta seed grown plants!
    I'm definitely a subscriber to the benefits of seed grown plants. If anything, it would definitely diversify any collection since there would be more unique plants, even if they do have the same parentage as famous and highly sought after cultivars. Who knows, maybe one of your seeds will be the next hot find!

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    How about a grennhouse with halide lighting
    Really I will do greenhouse but I dunno about going throguh the winter light wise for the neps.

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    wow! that's really great!
    thanks to your seed-growing thread.
    phissionkorps! you help me a lot of.

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    Thats great im going to use that method for my N. viking seeds.

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    will follow this once the seeds arive

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    Great info, but when you transplant, do you still use the same soil mix?
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    If it's a lowlander, it stays in 5:2:2 peat/perlite/vermiculite. If it's a highlander or intermediate, it goes into 3:2:2:1 aged fir bark/charcoal/perlite/peat. When the HLs/intermediates get older and can take drying out, they go into that say mix minus the peat.
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    Well, for HLs, do you have an easier mix to get? Does 1:1:1 peat/perlite/orchid bark or some kind of mix like that work?
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