I have read about 5 different methods of germinating Nep seeds, and have decided that I am going to give it a GO. Going to order a couple species of Lowland neps, and give it a shot. The site I am looking at currently offers Rafflesiana, Tenax, Albomarginata, Madagascariensis, Truncata, and a few others. Is one of these any easier than others to grow from seed?
Most guides advise just tossing all the seeds into a single pot, and transplanting them once they start to crowd, or reach a certain point.
My question is: Why wouldn't you just plant them individually in smaller pots, and spare the seedlings the stress of handling and re-potting when they are very young and fragile? I would think it would be better to have separate pots, in case of fungus, or other problems that might spread if they were grown in the same pot together.
Am I missing something?