Dead omissa x pulchella gemmae?

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Dead omissa x pulchella gemmae?

by DeadlyCarnivore » Tue Nov 08, 2016 3:42 am

Hi there,

I purchased gemmae from a great blogger and I looked at the gemmae under a microscope because after a couple of days it didnt seem to be doing anything but turning brown... the Paleacea gemmae I have has already sprouted, but the omissa have not.. I have a picture.. does the black spot in the middle mean its dead? Image


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Re: Dead omissa x pulchella gemmae?

by Benurmanii » Tue Nov 08, 2016 6:36 am

I've noticed odl gemmae will turn a dark green/black on my pulchella? I still can usually get plantlets from it.

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Re: Dead omissa x pulchella gemmae?

by DeadlyCarnivore » Tue Nov 08, 2016 6:41 am

Benurmanii wrote:I've noticed odl gemmae will turn a dark green/black on my pulchella? I still can usually get plantlets from it.

Okay, thanks.

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Re: Dead omissa x pulchella gemmae?

by DeadlyCarnivore » Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:54 pm

Benurmanii wrote:I've noticed odl gemmae will turn a dark green/black on my pulchella? I still can usually get plantlets from it.

Wait, dod the center of the gemmae turn black?

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Re: Dead omissa x pulchella gemmae?

by Benurmanii » Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:59 pm

DeadlyCarnivore wrote:
Benurmanii wrote:I've noticed odl gemmae will turn a dark green/black on my pulchella? I still can usually get plantlets from it.

Wait, dod the center of the gemmae turn black?

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No but your gemmae still looks fine to me.

When it comes to trying to get plants from gemmae and seeds, it is best to just let them do their thing. There really isn't a point to worry if they will sprout or not, unless you don't have the room to just leave the pot be.

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Re: Dead omissa x pulchella gemmae?

by DeadlyCarnivore » Wed Nov 09, 2016 12:18 am

Benurmanii wrote:
DeadlyCarnivore wrote:
Benurmanii wrote:I've noticed odl gemmae will turn a dark green/black on my pulchella? I still can usually get plantlets from it.

Wait, dod the center of the gemmae turn black?

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No but your gemmae still looks fine to me.

When it comes to trying to get plants from gemmae and seeds, it is best to just let them do their thing. There really isn't a point to worry if they will sprout or not, unless you don't have the room to just leave the pot be.

Okay, I will see what happens to them.


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