Re: Lithops gracilidelineata C309A ' Cafe au Lait '
Posted: Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:14 pm
The results are great! You can't expect all seeds to germinate at the same time, even if this should happen most of the time.
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That is completely correct!Australian wrote:You can't expect all seeds to germinate at the same time ...
brom wrote:That is completely correct!Australian wrote:You can't expect all seeds to germinate at the same time ...
These seedlings germinated within two weeks. And here, too, my observation has been confirmed:
The seedlings that germinate later take much more time to develop!
I can not confirm that. The slower development affects only the seedlings that germinate two to three weeks later than the first ones. But the seedlings, which germinate two to three months later, develop very fast and sometimes even better than the first seedlings! How to control the different old and large seedlings is purely technical question and is usually unproblematic.Allan1 wrote:I think this is to be expected because the seeds that germinated first will have a bigger and stronger root system than late germinators. They therefore can take out their nutrients and leave a bit for the late developers.