growing nomarchis from seed

Anita Roselle anitaroselle@gmail.com
Mon, 31 Jul 2017 11:53:58 PDT
I have never used an antifungal,  have not germinated very many bulb seeds.
Where does one get this 2C or 3C, I have never heard of it. I have seed
from a recent seed list and would like to maxinize  my chances of success.

On Mon, Jul 31, 2017 at 1:13 PM, Amaryllis Study Group via pbs <
pbs@lists.pacificbulbsociety.net> wrote:

>   Hello Diane et al.,
> If they sprout and one morning they are eaten off at the soil line and
> dead; it would sound like wilt. Plant in sandy loam grow like lilies,
> irrigate with an antifungal and water untilwell sprouted and making own
> food with leaves and roots. I use 25% sand & potting soil irrigated with a
> natural antifungal 2C or 3C brewed in a coffee maker like a simple Mr.
> Coffee. I don't stop irrigating with 2C instead of plain water until at
> least 6 months both top watering and bottom watering for amaryllidaceae
> seeds also for floating seeds or or sprouting on a paper napkin/tissue on a
> plate. If wilt happens to be your problem, control of fungous after
> sprouting is magic. Also in the case of hippeastrum, habranthus,
> zephyranthes, etc. your young sprouts will be about 25 % taller at 6 months
> than ones on plain water. Works on tomatoes and many kinds of seeds. Bill
> Warren
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