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1. Nepenthes Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... the humidity high and will exclude fungus gnats and spores of mold and moss. The pots should be in light shade or under fluorescent lights. Germination can take from 4 weeks to almost a year.  ...
2. Acer palmatum Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... to change the water, this part is very important; it helps keep fungus from beginning on the seed. Deciduous tree seed have to be stratified, they have to be tricked into thinking they are going through ...
3. Acer Palmatum
(articles/Flower information)
... fungus from beginning on the seed. Personally I do not use fungicides with the water, but you can if you feel like it may help. After the 72 hour period, the viable seed will sink to the bottom, seed that ...
4. Cercis siliquastrum
(articles/Flower information)
... the previous summer was cool. Plants are susceptible to coral spot fungus, especially when growing in areas with cool summers where the wood is not fully ripened. Plants in this genus are notably resistant ...
5. Nepenthes Hookeriana grow from seeds
(articles/Flower information)
... in warm temperatures, about 26°C to 32°C (80°F to 90°F). Plastic bags will keep the humidity high and will exclude fungus gnats and spores of mold and moss. The pots should be in light shade or under fluorescent ...
6. Drosera capensis - Grow cape sundew from seeds
(articles/Flower information)
... bag is to maintain very high humidity and to keep out fungus gnats. Fungus gnat larvae will eat the seedlings. A temperature between 20°C to 25°C (70°F to 80°F) works best. The seeds should germinate in ...
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