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Thread: Too cold for highland seeds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB_OrchidGuy View Post
    I agree with Mass but not going to knock proven track records. I haven't had that much success yet. Go with experience. My question is though like asked if the plant grows at said temps then why is it those temps are too cold for its seeds?
    If you're gonna go with experience, go with Johnny. He has WAY more experience than I do.

    The only thing on that list that get's exposed to nights in the 40*s would be dubia. And still it wouldn't do well for prolonged periods of time.
    http://www.michaelkevinsmith.com/nep...ure-Chart.html

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    That's what I was saying. Nsube its not clear enough, I was saying go with Johnny. Go with experience. ;-)

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    I read that it is a good idea to germinate all Nepenthes seeds in lowland conditions. I saw pictures of the effects of that, but can't seem to find the website again. It was pretty cool. And they probably would like higher humidity though.

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