Transplant from peat moss to lfs

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Transplant from peat moss to lfs

by tracieh » Fri Dec 13, 2019 5:11 pm

I have a ton of drosera capensis seedling. It seems like there are in 2 good sized clumps so I am ready to separate them so they can grow better. I sowed them in peat moss and perlite (50/50). I am moving them into lfs and perlite. Is it ok to leave the peat moss on their roots? They're so tiny and I can only do so much with tweezers without damaging them. I made up about 4 tiny pots like this before I started to second guess my process. Will the lfs keep the tiny bit of peat moss soil moist enough until the roots get long enough? Seedlings are about 2-3 months old.
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Re: Transplant from peat moss to lfs

by jpappy789 » Fri Dec 13, 2019 7:14 pm

Totally fine, although to be quite honest they would do perfectly well if kept in a peat/perlite mix too. Capes aren't exactly picky ;)

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Re: Transplant from peat moss to lfs

by tracieh » Fri Dec 13, 2019 10:15 pm

perfect! thank you! I just chose that mix because I already had a batch made from something else haha


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