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seedlings in flasks

This is a discussion on seedlings in flasks within the Flasking Equipment & Technique forums, part of the Orchid Propagation category; I practise artificial propagation. Mostly Phalaenopsis and other Asian species. The Phal . stuartiana is ...

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    Default seedlings in flasks

    I practise artificial propagation. Mostly Phalaenopsis and other Asian species.

    The Phal. stuartiana is from spring 2010. The other ones in the Erlenmeyer are 1 year old. The Cleisostoma uraiense was sowed in 2008.

    It will take some more years until first flowering.
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    I have often thought about trying to grow plants from flask...I think that is so cool! Good luck with your babies....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjcorner View Post
    I have often thought about trying to grow plants from flask...I think that is so cool! Good luck with your babies....
    It is not very difficult, Connie. The best is to learn the technology from a friend.
    And it is not very expensiv.

    p.

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    Cool. Love these. It must take lots of patience.

    Cheers,
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