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Symbiotic Culture Comments
SYMBIOTIC CULTURE: For Small Numbers of Seeds Place the seed when gathered on the surface of the medium of the parent pot, or other genus, and spray lightly with water; treat as normal; or, use flat four-inch pans nearly filled with chopped tree fern and sphagnum moss mix; cover with a piece of old, boiled linen; sow the seeds; use a fine spray of water, cover with a sheet of glass; protocorms appear in two months. OA76-20 0
SYMBIOTIC CULTURE: Method Seed germination under natural conditions can be likened to placing mature seed among roots of a growing plant, a few seedlings will likely survive and become visible in six months. A85-193 0

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