Its been a while since I have chatted on here.
I have had a strange occurance while sowing seeds, I sowed some drosera binata (mixed clones) seeds last night in my basic indoor fish tank terrarium where the temperature is 25 degrees Celsius and the lighting is a red an blue LED strip combined with an aquarium white flourescent tube, they are both lit for 12 hours per day.
When I checked them this morning, I noticed that a couple of them started germinating already, as there was a white root-like structure emerging from a seed husk. Do drosera binata seeds really germinate that fast or is it a non carnivorous plant that got into the pot on accident?
I also sowed some Drosera Arcturi seeds in there at the same time (they need stratification first) which I did not do so the sprouts cannot be them.
I have attached a picture below.
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