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By marmotamonax
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#377450
Don't know if there is a better section for this than here but I thought I should report back that the seeds I received from the seed back have officially germinated.
Seeds were sown 8th of March so it's been right at a month.
Meanwhile the D. Burmannii seeds I bought in February still aren't showing any signs of life. I've heard they take a long time though so I think they are still okay.
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By marmotamonax
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#377459
Oh no I didn't stratify them. Can I stick the pot in the crisper drawer for a couple weeks or is it too late?

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By ChefDean
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#377461
Yes you can. Lightly hit them with an anti-fungal, bag them so they don't dry out, and put them in the fridge for a minimum of four weeks. Six or eight weeks would better, it just depends on how patient you are.
However, it appears that a couple of spat seeds made it into your intermedia pot. Maybe transplant them before you put the pot in the fridge.
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