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    #7822585 - 01/02/08 06:24 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

how long do they keep for? I bought 100 of them, but i would rather wait 'till next season to plant them, would they last that long?


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Re: San Pedro seeds. [Re: Artnotwar]
    #7822956 - 01/02/08 11:16 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

easily.


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Re: San Pedro seeds. [Re: plainswalker]
    #7823812 - 01/02/08 03:33 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

You can keep them in the fridge for years.


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Re: San Pedro seeds. [Re: Artnotwar]
    #7824102 - 01/02/08 05:09 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

They are cheap, why not have a trial run with the 100 or so seeds for the rest of this season ? All it takes is some take away containers.
They will last a few seasons though if stored properly.
I was about to put down another batch soon. But I do have a heatmat for winter just in case.


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Re: San Pedro seeds. [Re: Nomis]
    #7826431 - 01/03/08 05:54 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

na, i'm not really in the right situation at the moment to grow 100 more san pedro's. i already have three cacti growing at the moment, and if i start growing some more, some people might get a bit suspicious as to why i have so many. A few more months and i will be outta here anyway so i will just wait till next season.


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Re: San Pedro seeds. [Re: Artnotwar]
    #7826468 - 01/03/08 07:19 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

100 san pedro sees can stay growing in a pie tin for 1 year ++ , which is prolly the size of one pot (around) that you have one of your pedros in.

if i were you i would get a head start, do some research , read , plant your seeds and let them get growing . they grow very slow at first.

it is not like you are going to have 100, 1 gal pots scattered around the room and all 100 seeds will not germ .


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Re: San Pedro seeds. [Re: royer]
    #7826556 - 01/03/08 09:13 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

yeah you're probably right, maybe i should. i know all of them won't germ, and they can be grown in the same tray, but i dunno, my girlfreinds parents might think i'm a bit weird when i put the soil in the oven. lol.

and i will do some more research, but how much sunlight do they need for the first say, four months? i only ask this because you mentioned the "pots scattered around the room".

BTW royer is that Don Vito?


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Re: San Pedro seeds. [Re: Artnotwar]
    #7826568 - 01/03/08 09:24 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

yes that is don Vito and you don't need to put the soil in the oven, some do but i never have, ever

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you might want to use a fluro because i made the mistake of putting them in sunlight my first time and burnt them, they are very light sensitive when they are young

you are going to have to research this stuff, it is all over the internet and this forum and has been covered many times.

if you run in to a jam then come and ask question but please search first like we all have done.

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Re: San Pedro seeds. [Re: royer]
    #7826588 - 01/03/08 09:41 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

yeah no worries man, thanks.

the seeds that i brought came with a pretty good info sheet, and i have read a bit about it on the net so i might give it a go.


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