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    where can i get LFS?
    Fly eats dung,plants eat fly, dog eats plant, asian eats dog
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    none of mine have sprouted yet

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    Well, JC was certainly right! Holy moly. Went from 5 or so sprouts to about 25, and MANY more seeds have that little green nubbin that is the beginning of a sprout. NICE!
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    Mine are infected with mold... I have a second back up batch though.
    I thought you people where \"Plant Geeks\", Look at me Now...

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    schloaty,
    Soil mix? Temperature range? Lighting?

    Caps,
    Temperature range? Lighting?

    slamster1789,
    Timeframe? Setup?

    Peter,
    What was your setup that resulted in the mould?

    Just interested as this is a really good chance, with so many people propagating the same seed, to see if there are any patterns in terms of germination.

    Maybe everyone that is trying them could give a quick little rundown of what and how (and how many).

    Aaron.

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    OK, my temps are cool. 60-63 overnight, and about 75-80 under the lights during the daytime. The 4-inch pot full of lfs is about 6 inches below 40-watt 48-inch fluorescent tubes. It's pretty bright - bright enough to grow my drosera there, too. They are open-air. No terrarium, no baggies, no cover.

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    Aaron,
    chopped LFS
    Temp rage is actually lowland currently (no where else to put them, lol), but not extreem lowland.
    ligthing: about 2 feet under a compact flour. fixture at 4400K. for 14 or 15 hours (?) a day.
    Not real scientific, but heck, it worked!
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    where can i get LFS?
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    I noticed you are from California...is long fiber sphagnum rare there?

    Cheers,

    Joe

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