Watering with Gibberellic acid

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Guys, I have some pots with some Sarracenia seeds in them that have sat staring back at me without doing any more than growing nice sphagnum. I had stratified them, but wonder if I didn't leave them long enough or cold enough.


As a last throw of the dice before I recycle the pots, I was thinking of trying to water them with some Gibberellic acid to see if this will tempt them into some action


Anyone tried this before?



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Hi Les,

Did you try this? how did it go?

I am considering doing this with the 2 trays of stubborn seeds that I have stratified but wont germinate.

Regards Eric.

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