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    Talking

    lol i also got Utric seeds
    U. Multifida
    once again, any tricks and tips on how to germinate these will help me alot [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
    TY in advanced
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    Hi Hellz,

    I got seed from ICPS seedbank last year and sowed it following no special treatmen on last Dec. I used a mix of 1:1 milled sphagnum and quartz sand and after 3 months (last march) some seed sprouted and the plants are now producing flower stalks.

    The pot is outside receiving temps around 30C during day and 20C during night, and in a lightly shaded position.

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    darn I wish they still had u. multifida since it *was* a "fairy apron" species

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    ok, thats good, i sowed them last night on a mixture of spag peat, sand, and perlite
    it took me a while to divy up the seeds to put in individual pots so i just spread a little on each pot (im way to impatient)
    i covered one pot with ceram rap, but when i put down the rap on the pot, half the seeds stuck onto it [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]
    prob because of the static lol
    i ended up using plactic cups
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    Keep the growing media wet- very wet.

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