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Thread Started on Oct 9, 2007, 10:24pm
Last night, I bleached another batch of seeds.

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Reply #1 on Oct 9, 2007, 10:44pm
Cindy, If you don't mind may I know how long to bleach the seeds?
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Reply #2 on Oct 9, 2007, 11:14pm
Cindy, thanks for the pictures and video clip. Makes the whole process so much more interesting than it already is. Nice pictures man. You can see the outer black layer of the seeds eroding in the bleach water.

Khairi, what I do is I wait until the seeds turn white colour.

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Reply #3 on Oct 10, 2007, 10:47am
I`ve actually tried twice....once was fresh seeds. It didn`t work at all. Zilch germination.

2nd time, put in the fridge for one week, then bleached them. Only 1 germination.

It seems after taking out from the fridge, gotta wait for a day or 2.

Cindy , any fridge time involved for yours ? I currently just sow the seeds w/out bleaching coz the germination rate is higher. Heheh.

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Reply #4 on Oct 10, 2007, 1:59pm
khairimhd, like David said...until the seeds turn white. I am more careful, checking every hour. This time it took about 6 hours. After that, I rinse the seeds several times and soak them in clean water overnight before sowing.

With fresh seeds, I thought germination was zilch too! I automatically assumed that no germination after a week means a gone case. Then I was happilly misting my Nep seed box...Four Byblis seedlings!!

The second batch, which is featured in the video clip, was refridgerated for about 2 weeks plus.

Tarence, are you sowing fresh seeds or after the refridgeration? Fresh seeds can work but it can take months! I occasionally find Byblis popping up in Nep pots which were near a pot of Byblis like 6 months ago.

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Reply #5 on Oct 10, 2007, 2:36pm
Cindy, i am sowing fresh seeds after bleaching, also seeds refrigerated 1 week then bleached, fresh seeds without bleaching...all sort of combinations. Very minimal success unlike the almost 90% success rate some folks are getting.

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Reply #6 on Oct 10, 2007, 6:36pm
Tarence, how are growing your plants? Under direct sunlight? Do you pollinate the flowers or you leave them to self pollinate?

I, for one, have never gotten even 10% germination let alone 90%!
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Reply #7 on Oct 11, 2007, 5:37pm
i grow the adult plants under direct sunlight. i let the flowers self pollinate.

could some seeds be formed without any germinating capabilities i.e. barren seeds ?

the 90% success rate was from bleached seeds by Jonathan i believe.


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Reply #8 on Oct 11, 2007, 7:23pm
hmmmm.... byblis... liniflora.... I need bigger death rack(s) for my CPs other than neps...
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Reply #9 on Oct 11, 2007, 7:53pm
Tarence, I am not sure if the seeds can be infertile...I have got seeds that are still as fresh after being sowed for 2 months. Pinched them and out popped the nice round seed.

Unless, the round thing is just the endosperm and the seed embryo is absent!

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Reply #10 on Oct 12, 2007, 1:26pm
I will nevertheless keep trying to germinate byblis from whatever method. Heheh, I want my Byblis forest ! so far, only got 1 flowering & seeding adult ( sold one off ) and a small kuci rat seedling.

But many many seeds to try & try again.

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Reply #11 on Oct 12, 2007, 10:10pm
Just to share my experiene. Germination rate is low for me too. Even after using bleach, I'll only get about 5 plantlets out of about 50 seeds. But at least better than before... ie. zero germination.

I've had a pot of seeds that were sown more than a month. These were just sown without dipping them in bleach solution. So happen I did not have any seeds from my plant at that time and my hands were itching to sow some seeds (my weekly dose of sowing seeds). So I use a twizer and pick the seeds from the media. Put them in bleach solution until the seeds are white in colour and sow them again. After 2 weeks... waalaa!!! I've got a few germination. Kinda cool. I thought the seeds were a gonner after more than a month.

Still figuring out how jonathan have 90% germination.

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Reply #12 on Oct 14, 2007, 5:31pm
I got some funny results. I sowed some unbleached fresh seeds onto LFS....it was put in a covered plastic see thru container with low water level and 1 hour morning sun. That was 12 days ago.....today i saw 1 pot actually having 4 germination. I`m not kidding.....the other pot is still growth-less. I used to get crummy results before this too.

Is it the heat ?

Is it the high humidity levels ?

Is it the fresh seeds ?

my Nikon doesn`t alllow me to take good close-ups like Cindy`s pic so I can`t show it well.
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Reply #13 on Oct 17, 2007, 8:51am
This plant is unpridictable. Sometimes I wish they (the plants) would just speak english and tell me exactly what they want!
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Reply #14 on Oct 17, 2007, 9:20am
I agree with you, David. Now I am trying to get seeds without helping the pollination. After that I'll go through the whole process again and see if I will get better results.

The batch shown in the pics above has no germination yet. It has been 8 days!

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Reply #15 on Oct 17, 2007, 9:56am
Hate the germination process, love the CP. heheh.
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Reply #16 on Oct 17, 2007, 1:49pm
If only we can propagate byblis through leaf cutting. Hmm... Maybe I'll try and see since I heard that someone has tried leaf cutting on D. burmanii that is known not to grow from leaf cutting, and came out successful. If this can be done, it'll save us all the problem.

Maybe I should try stem cutting too and see if it roots. I realised they grow extra growing point as they get older. Maybe I can try cut one plant up like how I would treat a nepenthes vine.


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Reply #17 on Oct 17, 2007, 2:16pm
I`ll try too today and then we can compare notes.
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Reply #18 on Oct 17, 2007, 5:32pm
Sure you can get a new plant from stem cutting, David. My plant once eaten up by snail, the stem broke into two, I took the broken stem and inserted into the sphagnum moss within the same pot, now I have a new plant with two growing points and the broken mother plant grew another two shoots too Last Edit: Oct 17, 2007, 5:34pm by cactustts Link to Post - Back to Top LoggedTS David
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Reply #19 on Oct 17, 2007, 10:06pm
Ah hah! There you go. Thanks TS.

I think I'll do stem cuttings then. From one plant I can maybe get 3-4 if I cut it up. Hmm, this can be another sollution when the plant vine too long and start to fall over... CUT it OFF!

Okie Tarance! I'll do some leaf cuttings on my biblis and we can compare notes.

Cool! Don have to depend entirely on seed germination for new plants... haa, haa, haa...
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Reply #20 on Oct 17, 2007, 10:38pm
A thought just came into my mind. From what I read byblis usually will last about 2-3 years in cultivation. I have not reach there yet, so can't confirm on my plants.

I wonder if we do stem cutting on a byblis that is, lets say 3 years old. When the plant grow from the stem, will it start fresh as a new plant and last another 2-3 years or it will follow the life span of the original plant?

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Reply #21 on Oct 18, 2007, 9:40am
my 2 cts : the plantlets will grow as newbies, for another 3 years or the normal lifespan.
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Reply #22 on Oct 18, 2007, 11:44pm
Guess the only way to know is to try and wait.

Hmm, if we compare with Neps,when we use an upper vine to do cuttings, we will get upper pitchers on the new shoot. Does this mean the plant is just a clone of the mother plant and it follows the age of the mother plant? If so, does byblis be the same?

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Reply #23 on Oct 25, 2007, 12:16pm
I got 9 seedlings!!!

This batch was in the fridge for 2 weeks. The previous batch without refridgeration produced only 5 seedlings. I am going to try the 3rd batch and see how it goes.

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Reply #24 on Oct 25, 2007, 12:42pm
i got around there too in my latest bleached batch.....David & i observed that the bleached seeds will produce plantlets which look a little weird ( not like a byblis, just a thin dewless stalk ) when it first germinates. Only later ( a few days after germination ) will it have the byblis seedling `look`.

so Cindy, your byblis jungle is now gonna happen in the near future.

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Reply #25 on Oct 25, 2007, 2:10pm
Yup! I hope I have got more germination in the next couple of days...but that could mean I might have to set up another rack of lights for the November/December period.
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Reply #26 on Oct 26, 2007, 8:56am
Tarence,

Any updates on your byblis leaf cuttings? Still no sigh of plantlets appearing on my leaf and stem cuttings, but both leaf and stem cuttings are still alife (in my limited knowledge, based on the fact that they are still producing dews).

I did some stem cuttings of various sizes from only about one-and-a-half inches long to a little over 2 inches long.

I did the cuttings on 3 plants and so now the original plants are left with just about one-and-a-half inch stem from the ground. Don know if these will survive. Lets see how vigorous these plants are.

If all is successful, from the 3 plants that I sacrific, I'll get 9 plants from the stem cuttings and a couple dozen plants from the leaf cuttings.
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Reply #27 on Oct 26, 2007, 1:59pm
David, so far so good. Out of the nine, eight of them are already Y-shaped and dewy. The last one is a single stalk and still emerging from the seed coat.
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Reply #28 on Jan 3, 2008, 1:51pm
Wanna show off the Byblis liniflora that I got from David (thanks a lot man!) it's been flowering non-stop after a week I got it through mail... Got seeds but no luck in germinating them yet...



p/s: I hang the pot together with the water tray as my upstair neighbor always pluck her gray hair and threw it down until the plant was covered in gray hair (no civic at all!)


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Reply #29 on Jan 3, 2008, 2:34pm
David : no luck with the byblis leaf. all dried up. sorry, i just saw your question.

Lisham : nice....pity about your inconsiderate neighbour. there`s one in every neighbourhood i`m afraid. mine smokes while i do my gardening & i sometimes `spray` him `accidentally` while i water my garden. heheh.

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Reply #30 on Jan 3, 2008, 2:43pm
U sprayed him? Ok la...

Mine (dono which floor above me) actually urinated from the balcony once... So no fertilizer sensitive plants around the "target" area...

Sighs... some people dono how to live in apartments...

BTW, the venus fly-trap u sent me (the big one went dormant...) I dono if it's doin ok or not... But i got ****es from it... 14 lil plantlets...

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Reply #31 on Jan 3, 2008, 5:28pm
uh oh...sorry, most of my vfts which go dormant so far never revived. dormancy treatment too difficult i.e. keep in dark place, can`t be too dry, keep moist, period estimate 3 months. but well, you got your 14 new babes.
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Hi guys, did anyone's stem cuttings strike into byblis plants?
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Hi tarence, my Byblis leaf cuttings did not survive too. I guess they really can't be propagated by leaf.

Ischan, check out this thread... http://www.petpitcher.proboards61.com/in....read=1194015517

I did some stem cuttings and they work.

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Reply #34 on Jan 7, 2008, 8:42am
Here`s what my current batch of byblis looks like.....thx David for the initial seeds & making my Byblis jungle dream materialise....when they bloom like this in the morn`, the amethyst colour of the flowers is really gorgeous. The only hindrance I have in propagating more plants is space as they need to be sheltered against strong wind & heavy raindrops so I can`t just put them anywhere in the garden....




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Reply #35 on Jan 7, 2008, 11:08pm
Nice plants you have there Tarence. Make sure your new "girlfriend" does not bite the plants and chew on them.
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heheh David....thx. She`s a good girl & she can`t jump 5 feet in the air to bite or chew on them.
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Quote:Here`s what my current batch of byblis looks like.....thx David for the initial seeds & making my Byblis jungle dream materialise....when they bloom like this in the morn`, the amethyst colour of the flowers is really gorgeous. The only hindrance I have in propagating more plants is space as they need to be sheltered against strong wind & heavy raindrops so I can`t just put them anywhere in the garden....





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Reply #38 on Jan 8, 2008, 11:22am
Lisham, i just collected the seeds from my original 1 plant, germinated those. Repeat process. Collect your byblis seeds, try the bleach germination method. One mother plant can give you hundreds of seeds thru its lifetime. Easy to achieve byblis jungle.
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Reply #39 on Jan 8, 2008, 9:28pm
I got 1 batch in a pot... Got fungus... Ugly Ugly fungus that looks like green dirty cotton attacking my spag moss nowdays... How to deal with those ah? any brand of anti-fungus thing recomended? anybody wanna help me by sending a tested and tried (succesfully, I might add) anti-fungus solution?

I got like 15 seed pods in an envelope right now... How long can I keep them viable eh?
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Reply #40 on Jan 8, 2008, 11:47pm

Hi lisham...

Actually i have keep my seeds for 3 to 4 month now still doing fine and they does germinate in 3 days after bleach treatment... this time i get 100% germination... to avoid fungus growth try using 2 part peat 1 part sand mix and top up a thin layer of sand on top... they does still germinate well for me... i'll post some picture soon....

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ok ok... tq Jonathan... I'll browse through the section where to get what... we dont have peat offered for sale in langkawi...
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Wish you luck my friend...

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Reply #43 on Jan 14, 2008, 10:45am

Hi Lisham..

Here is the pic i promised. sorry about the quality because i use my phone camera...

These are 2 weeks 1 day old byblis seeding... i use 2:1 peat/sand and add a thin top layer of sand so it dun look so ugly... i get 100% germination in 3-4 days...





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Reply #44 on Jan 14, 2008, 6:12pm
Jonathan,
You sow the seeds on top of the sand? And the container is sealed or unsealed? How do you water?

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Hi Cindy...

Yes... i use 2:1 peat/sand and add up a thin layer of sand on top of it... no cover and use water tray method... but must make sure the media is moist at all time... put it under diffused sunlight not direct because the sand will get really hot... it will germinate in 3-4 days after bleach treatment..

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[SIZE=2]You sow the seeds on top of the sand? And the container is sealed or unsealed? How do you water?



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