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Thread: N. coccinea - two variations?

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    Hamish-

    That makes sense. Thanks for clearing it up for me.

    Phil

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    Scott,
    Yes, you have one of each.

    Hamish,
    We hear rumors of breakthroughs in Nep mericloning. A couple a very famous Vicotiran hybrids have been mericloned, as well as superior forms of species... so we hear. It's all very top secret.

    Phil,
    When tissue culturing Nep seed, it's pretty much "blind" luck. So, that's why B. E. and M. T. have many different clones of the same species (like raff gigantea clone 99, yes, that means 98 clones came before it!). Only the most desireable get put into mass production. The seed protocorm can be divided ad infinitum.

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    Scotto you know which of the clones my plant is?

    Btw. I planted it in a nice tall(12in tall 6in wide or thereabouts) half gallon nursery pot. Thinking it will quickly grow into this pot,is this so?
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