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Thread: N. attenboroughii seeds start sprouting

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    very cool nicly done , still hope my seed will arrive

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    @snapper: you got them too?

    *enter in amph's generic rant over how the US is behind in EVERYTHING when it comes to acquisition of new carnivorous plant species*

    best of luck to you too.
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    You can find attenboroughii in any grocery store or nursery in the uk.

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    H/L ok but a bit to far for me , but if you got the seed , would like some
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    What is the pinkish red substance?
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    Fantastic! I had heard that the species had been tissue cultured . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by nepaholic View Post

    the red shadows are no bacterial infection, these are the sahdows of my labels i use for the jars and tubes
    Sorry for the bad picture quality, i dont use my macro objective very often
    Thanks all for the comments. Very nice.
    Big bella. Yes there are 2 labs that have them in TC with the seedbatch from 2007. But they have a lot of trouble with multiplication
    Talked yesterday to another person about them and he had the same problem 2007 like me that the seedlings died over night

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    That is awsome, i have tried to flash orchids and not had the best sucess with cleaning the seed well enough to prevent contamination how are you cleaning the seeds so that you do not get mold started off of the seeds into the culture media?
    I know that sometimes the answer can be very long and detailed with tissue culturing so if a website would be easier that will be fine as well. I would really like to try starting nepenthese seeds this way as I have been having very poor luck with growing them on soil mixtures.

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