Moi Vinnok

Full Members
  • Content Count

    87
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

6 Neutral

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Vigo (Spain)
  1. Very interesting, Dave Evans . I agree with you. In this picture of our friend AlberBcn we can see seeds of self-pollination germinating: After 16 days germinated http://www.daepc.org/portal/files/posted_images/746/390_1406911934_504359.jpg http://www.daepc.org/portal/files/posted_images/746/388_1406911909_492019.jpg I used their pollen to cross some pollen flower of my regia Complete Post: http://www.daepc.org/portal/9-vf34-vt6387.html?postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=120
  2. thanks for sharing awesome and very useful for our cultivation. Cobra, p.macroceras ssp northensis & d. rotundifolia, same cares.
  3. In my case can have high temperatures during the day while the night is cold. But, all day with hot temperatures kills the plant Tricoderms works well to prevent fungal diseases.
  4. Thank you friends :) Yes, I will sell some seed, but first I want to check how many seeds are for DAEPC association. Small seeds do not I sell In this video you can see how I gather: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=810837035616577&set=o.60357160697&type=2&theater best regards
  5. Thank you very much for the info, Nigel H-C. I'm also interested in that pdf. The experiment has been a success so far. I pollinated with pollen from another plant and also self-pollinated. In total there are 18 buds, Photos a few weeks ago : (click to enlarge) and video: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=810837035616577&set=o.60357160697&type=2&theater Today's Photos: These are the buds that remain to collect I collected 4 now. Each flower had enough seeds The first flower had large and small seeds, perhaps because self-pollination. But the following (cross pollination with another plant genetically distinct and self-pollination for sure) had better seed size. Some seeds are larger than others, surely not all are viable. In this pic i separated the small seeds In this link, Our friend AlberBcn obtained seeds from a self-pollinated very easily. With a similar process to self-pollinated of a dionaea. http://www.daepc.org/portal/ir-a-la-pagina-68-vf9-vt4786.html?start=1005 and: http://www.daepc.org/portal/ir-a-la-pagina-9-vf34-vt6387.html?start=120 Regards, as soon as possible i'll make a youtube video :)
  6. It could be some kind of plague, salts accumulated in the soil, weather variations,adaptation to a recently division or pot, not hunt prey and weakens, etc. The first leaves of the season are not improvements, to see how the following
  7. outdoor, a lot of sunlight, water always, and a beautiful capensis will be.
  8. Yes, althoug can grow in peat , but i prefer add sand and perlite. In sphagnum dry 100% works well too.
  9. thanks for sharing!. We named Drosophyllum , Atrapamoscas is the name for dionaea muscipula :)
  10. I agree, i love all of them, but the first is the first :)
  11. In this video for the Spanish Association (DAEPC). I commented the process (in spanish ). It's my first time, i hope have luck Thank you, Of course. :) bad news, but I'll try with pollen from another plant genetically distinct. Pollen from a friend who mailed