wow...I need some of that! Either way..it would be cool to test it out on some plants that I plan to graft...where do you get it?
It is meant to be used in sterile culture for best results.
If you're looking for some, you should be able to find it at Phytotechnology.
Here is a link
Are you interested in getting started in doing your own tissue culture?
Well...possibly. (I hope I'm not derailing the thread)
With all the solutes needed to use ...etc it seems a little difficult even though I'd be presented with some rare CP's to germinate.
DVG they are definitely nowhere as big as your seedlings, they are average 1- 1 1/2 inches in diameter, partly because I need to repot I'm sure, and partly because they are in slightly less than ideal conditions for veitchii right now... But I'm expecting big things come this greenhouse season..
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I actually took a couple pics while messing around with the camera attachment for my iPhone 4S called the Ōlloclip and took these earlier today, forgot to post em here.
This is the most colorful seedling of the batch, not quite the biggest, but the whole plant is red... Shows promise I think.
Very nice, both of ya..
The seeds were sown on June 22, 2010 and the resulting seedlings were transplanted four apiece into those 6" pots back in May 2011.
They've just recently been been repotted into their own individual pots, with a signifigant growth spurt been shown with each repot into fresh media.
SK, that's a nicely colored up seedling, showing lots of hair on it's leaf fringes.
Hopefully it'll start to show some striping on it's peristome for you, once it starts making slightly larger pitchers there.
Thanks for sharing that one with us.
Yes, nice colors on the plants. As I mentioned in SK's thread I repotted some seedlings in another mix (peat moss/perlite) because they had pretty much stalled. Some "green peristome" took off, so I moved the rest to the same mix. In the end some grew quite well, but others, mainly "striped peristomes" seedlings did not do much for months. Recently I moved them back to sphagnum, and this time they seem to start to increase in size.
However the stripe's are still tiny, but here a photo of the biggest of the greens in a 12 cm pot. As can be seen not much colors, but it could need some more light.