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replating seeds

This is a discussion on replating seeds within the Flasking Equipment & Technique forums, part of the Orchid Propagation category; Hi Everyone. the Question is when you buy orchids in a flask they come in ...

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    Hi Everyone. the Question is when you buy orchids in a flask they come in 750ml square bottle, when I replating can I use mason jar with a bung in the metal lid??, or any suggestion the opening is much larger on mason jar to a small bottle?/ Thanks Jerryw

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    Hopefully someone who does this type of orchid work can help answer your question.

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    thanks I'm always looking for tips, and ideas

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerryw View Post
    Hi Everyone. the Question is when you buy orchids in a flask they come in 750ml square bottle, when I replating can I use mason jar with a bung in the metal lid??, or any suggestion the opening is much larger on mason jar to a small bottle?/ Thanks Jerryw
    Hi Jerry, there is no harm replating from larger to smaller jars or smaller to larger ones, but make sure they are sterile.

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    Hi thanks I found some rubber stoppers to put in the hole of the lids Jerry

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