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This is a discussion on Newly Deflasked babies - Can they be saved? within the Flasking Equipment & Technique forums, part of the Orchid Propagation category; They're still alive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...
They're still alive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
They sure look cute. You're so brave; at this point all I'm trying are compots. Maybe after a couple of years of experience with orchids I'll try some flasks or flasking myself.
I'll be looking forward to updates on your little babies.
They look great ! Keep doing what you are doing
My flask is growing well it has quite a few in it , one of the other jars went bad after months of good. I think the rings on the jars started to rust , that jar did not have many in it , I took them out used diluted peroxcide on them then put keiki root on them will be surprised if they make it , no roots or leaves still at a little more then the protocorm stage .
Since the flasking adventure a friend gave me real flasks and stoppers will use them if I decide to do this again .. Gin
Yep..you'll have enough to give me a couple in a couple of years (wink)
What an interesting cross!
Here are the orphans I had to take out of the bad flask several days ago . Would be surprised if they make it .. Gin
Those are tiny, Gin. Good luck!!
you realy need a good luck on this