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By boarderlib
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Joined:  Fri Dec 04, 2015 1:13 pm
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Just a quick update. Still nothing out of the unstratisfied pot, except moss spores. Since my lights run on an astronomical timer I'm hoping with the lengthening days I'll start seeing some progress from that pot.

On a happy note out of five that germinated in the stratified pot, there are still five seedlings. Two showing very vigorous growth, two kind of just taking their time but still growing, and one...well I'm not expecting it to make it but who knows. Here's a pic of the most vigorous seedling with a dime to show scale.

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By Mawy_Plants
Posts:  397
Joined:  Tue Jul 25, 2017 5:23 am
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I know it's an old post... Don't shoot me! Or gut me and hang me to dry like the birds in your garden! Although, that attracts flies! Nom nom.

Anywayyy, I just sowed my first batch of Ceph seeds today.
4/10 non-strat outside container
6/10 cold strat fridge container

They're fesh so it'll be interesting to see what plays out I'll make my own thread once things pop up!

SOOOO my whole point of jumping in was to ask if you ever got any progress on those non-strat and how they're all doing now over a year later. Who doesn't love progress pics?!


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