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Re: cheapest way to increase diversity

by Fly Trap Hunter » Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:38 pm

what about buying seeds? :shock: Its survival of the fittest, but I am really enjoying watching them grow. they are ridiculously slow. They have been sprouted a few months and some have 4 traps but they are only half the size of eraser on #2 pencil. I'd highly recommend as an option. There are all sorts of different ones in the mix. but they are a mix of cultivars and, I guess with genetics, you don't know what you will get. :D

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Re: cheapest way to increase diversity

by xr280xr » Fri Sep 29, 2017 10:30 pm

That's probably true depending on how much you buy the seeds for! The cheapest & fastest ways might be the bargain bundles including the Mystery Box from FTS or trading natural divisions (or plants grown from pullings) with other growers.
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Re: cheapest way to increase diversity

by saltyop » Fri Sep 29, 2017 11:35 pm

thanks y'all, I already have some seeds growing that are doing real nice, about 30 seedlings and i shot an email to leah asking about the mystery box :D

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Re: cheapest way to increase diversity

by xr280xr » Mon Oct 02, 2017 2:43 pm

xr280xr wrote:That's probably true depending on how much you buy the seeds for! The cheapest & fastest ways might be the bargain bundles including the Mystery Box from FTS or trading natural divisions (or plants grown from pullings) with other growers.

I didn't realize I was on page 2. I thought FlyTrapHunter's was the original post.
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Re: cheapest way to increase diversity

by Fly Trap Hunter » Mon Oct 02, 2017 4:48 pm

saltyop wrote:thanks y'all, I already have some seeds growing that are doing real nice, about 30 seedlings and i shot an email to leah asking about the mystery box :D

great about contacting Leah. There is a way to get on a Wish List also with Fly Trap Store. I'd love to see a post about fly trap seedlings. I'd post pic of mine too. :lol:

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Re: cheapest way to increase diversity

by saltyop » Mon Oct 02, 2017 5:28 pm

I got my order code woohoo :D wondering what the wish list is flytraphunter, I thought it was just a list to keep your wished flytraps and nothing more. not really experienced with ordering online

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Re: cheapest way to increase diversity

by xr280xr » Mon Oct 02, 2017 6:15 pm

There's also a link on the product page to receive a notification when the product comes back in stock. I thought it was tied to the wish list but it looks independent of it.
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