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By Matt
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#3822
If anyone is growing non-typical Dionaea and they send up a flower stalk and you decide to snip it off, I'd be grateful if you would send it to me. I'm planning on using them for tissue culture. I'd pay for shipping and I'd pay you back in plants eventually or a trade of your choice for what I can offer now.

The best length for the flower stalk would be between 2 and 3 inches.

Thanks!
By Anrich
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Ahoy! I have a green dragon which is in dormancy at the moment, but it has two flower stalks! It took me forever to get one plant to create two stalks at once. It is grown in a completely clinical environment and only received artificial nutrients. So even through dormancy it still has the energy to develop two stalks.
So, if you are willing to wait for at least two weeks , then you can have one.
I guarantee that this plant is completely free of any spores or pathogens which will hinder the process of tissue culture.
I was my original plan to cultivate this plant for tissue cultivation so it is quite the perfect candidate.
By Adam
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Anrich,

I like the way you optimize the growth of your plants. Perhaps you'd want to post the care you give to your plants on a weekly and daily basis?

I'm really curious!

Adam
By Anrich
#3846
thanks!! I really appreciate the compliment!!
Then I shall post on a weekly basis about specific treatment for specific plants!
Thanks again!!
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Anrich, thanks for the offer of the green dragon flower stalk. I'd love to have one! Let me know when it's ready to harvest and I can send you my address and a check for the shipping.
By Anrich
#3854
Ahoy!!
I shall let you know as soon as the stalk is at it's peak of strength, just to ensure it arrives in the best state possible.
It is a pleasure to help a fellow dionaea fanatic!!!!
By Eric
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#3859
Hey Matt!

I don't have any flower stalks right now but when my akai ryu and dente make flowers in the spring I'll try my best to send the flower stalks to you.

~Eric
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Eric wrote:I don't have any flower stalks right now but when my akai ryu and dente make flowers in the spring I'll try my best to send the flower stalks to you.
That'd be great Eric!
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By Carl
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Are flower stalks covered under the CITES rules??? It’s not a plant which is covered and it’s not a seed which you can ship without issues. If flowers are classed the same as seeds this would be a great way to trade internationally!!!
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By Matt
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I'm not entirely sure about the CITES rules for flower talks, but I'm guessing that they might be under CITES rules. I think that any plant parts are except seeds.
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By linton
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All parts of any plant and / or animal listed on the CITES database are controlled. Fortunately for us, I just did a search on Dionaea muscipula and venus fly trap and the search returned the following results.

Order : NEPENTHALES
Family : DROSERACEAE
Genus : Dionaea
Taxon : Dionaea muscipula Soland ex Ellis Comment on this entry

Legislation Details :
CITES Appendix Country Date listed Notes
II 13/09/07 All parts and derivatives, except:
a) seeds, spores and pollen (including pollinia);
b) seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers;
c) cut flowers of artificially propagated plants; and
d) fruits and parts and derivatives thereof of artificially propagated plants of the genus Vanilla.

II 11/06/92 Designates all parts and derivatives, except: a) seeds, spores and pollen (including pollinia); and b) tissue cultures and flasked seedling cultures.




For Lily - C.I.T.E.S. = Convention (on) International Trade (in) Endangered Species is an international agreement between governments, drafted as a result of a resolution adopted in 1973 at a meeting of members of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival and it accords varying degrees of protection to more than 33,000 species of animals and plants.
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Thanks Linton, I was about to ask that. I was like, who is Lily? Lily me??? And then figured "yes me."
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The question here is: Does artificially propagated plants include those that were leaf pullings?

By the way that this is stated, you could also transport a seedling in a sterile container...

correct me if I'm wrong, folks.
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I think that anything that is grown in vitro (i.e. a sterile container) is legal to ship to the US.
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