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Thread: Nepenthes, Cephalotus, Drosera, Heliamphora ...etc, in vitro

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    Super cool stuff! I don't even visit this particular forum very often but it was worth it for this. Any sundews coming along, pokie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    Super cool stuff! I don't even visit this particular forum very often but it was worth it for this. Any sundews coming along, pokie?
    Nope, nothing new in the in vitro Drosera department.

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    Wow, talk about slow pokes . I have always had Heliamphora germinate within the first 2 months post-sowing. Hence, it was quiet the surprise when I observed germination in this flask sown back in September 2015. The compost controls exhibited something similar, with new germination appearing at 7+ months out.

    H. (parva x folliculata) X ionasii red giant


    I have observed seed dormancy in certain Drosera species as well as in Cephalotus. Some of the very first seed I sowed, procured from Triffid Nurseries, had germination 2+ years later. It is always a good idea to hold on to pots/flasks for a while, if one has the space.
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    +1

    spotted the first Parva x Neblinae seedling yesterday in a pot that had been sowed 6+ months ago.
    Normally heliamphora has always germinated in the first few weeks after sowing for me.
    So don't give up on those ancient seeds just yet

    very cool pokie!
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    Hi,
    I have a little tissue culture laboratory and grows some carnivorous plants. But it is very difficult to sow nepenthes seeds in vitro.
    Have you a advice to how I can made it?
    Thank you very much and congratulation for your work.

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