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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBella View Post
    All of them can take a while; Nepenthes does everything in its own time . . .
    Ok thanks. I can be patient. Just want to make sure I have the best chance of getting them to grow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    So it seems. I have about 25 lil N. jamban seedlings recently germinated. :-)
    how long did those take to germ for ya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mylesG View Post
    how long did those take to germ for ya?
    @myles: I'd have to go look at the sow date on the tag, but I think it was early March. I believe I saw the first germinations at eight weeks from the sow date.

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    i only ask because i have jamban and inermis seeds on the way real nice that you had so many successfully germ!

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    Good luck, Myles!

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    My fluros are 6500K should I have a combination with another to help with there growth?

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    up to you, i grow under a wide variety of bulbs but have heard many people have success using all 6500 k

    @whimgrinder, thanks really want to have both species in my collection but they are pricey so to seed i go!

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    I sowed a number of dubia, jamban, lingulata, and bicalcarata seeds a month or so ago, and as of now I have about 30 jamban seedlings, and just as many dubia... Looks like I might have some lingulata sprouts starting but I didn't have time for a close look...

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