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need help with flask

This is a discussion on need help with flask within the Flasking Equipment & Technique forums, part of the Orchid Propagation category; Ideally, since you are a novice you should green pod harvest this and send it ...

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    Ideally, since you are a novice you should green pod harvest this and send it to the lab. I am assuming you pollinated two flowers and you have two pods. I am still confused, I guess I should read the whole post. I can't imagine why anyone would place pollen from two plants.
    That point is really void anyways. There are several unfortunate factors taking place that will stop your experiment. Crosses of (Psychopsis x Den) happen, however the result is far from pleasing.
    If you are novice hybridizers I would suggest trashing this one and trying something with a more predictable outcome. Also, please use the services of a lab, if you don't have the proper equipment you will most likely end up with ball of mold.

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    thank you, but i sent the pod to terminator already. Well i am a newbie. I though a cross are make by two different species of orchid, I didn't know it make from two plants from the same family. D:

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    So what happened?????????????????

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