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By Callum
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Hi, I was wondering if I have to stratify sarracenia seeds before putting them in tissue culture. I need to see if this fits in time for my science report for school. Thanks in advance! :D
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By Carnies
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#378143
Science Report: happy to help, I would recommend starting out with some capensis seeds as they don't need to be stratified and it's easier to get sterile. I've had a really hard time with Sarr seeds.
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By Carnies
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Yea, when is your science report due? It will take a while to get sprouts and supplies. If you don't have the supplies yet, PM me, I might have some.
By Callum
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#378272
My science report is due in about 3 months from now and I already have all the supplies I need. Luckily capensis plants grow like weeds

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