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By Camden
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So I’m wondering if any of you guys have had germination from the Utricularia Alpina yet. I have ziltch on my end so far.
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By ChefDean
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You've only had them sown for one month today. Patience young Grasshopper.
I've had mine sown for a little over two months with nothing yet. However, the last Utrics I had sown took about three months. I thought they might be duds, but all of the sudden little leaves started popping up all over the pot. Almost as if they germinated, focused on a foundation first, then grew "up".
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Possibility...
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Very early, could easily be a weed, but I'd have thought a weed would have sprouted long before now.
Time will tell.
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By ChefDean
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Supercazzola wrote: Wed Jan 10, 2024 2:19 am nothing for mine and probably 6 months
Did you get some somewhere else? Because you received the ones from the seed bank on October 17th, three months ago.
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More sprouts, and a few of green specks in other spots. However, the specks are too small to show well in a photo. Looking more promising.
This is almost five months after sowing.
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By Gary
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I thought I had some alpina sprouts back in December but they turned out to be wild grasses that were mixed in the LFSM. There may be a couple of possible sprouts (tiny green thingies) but they haven't done much.
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By Supercazzola
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ChefDean wrote: Sun Jan 21, 2024 8:21 pm Picture_20240121114209.jpg
More sprouts, and a few of green specks in other spots. However, the specks are too small to show well in a photo. Looking more promising.
This is almost five months after sowing.
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