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Old 08-19-2018, 11:52 PM
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Just to be clear. Youíre asking for a fast way to reproduce an identical plants, which isnít really possible itís gonna be a while until you have a tangible plant thatís going to produce flowers

Somebody correct me if Iím mistaken but youíre looking at years, nothing quick about it
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Sorry if I misled this discussion. I have an older plant and asked which method to best propagate for future plants. This has been a fun process and I have learned a lot from my online research and the members of this board. I now have multiple shoots that have developed in a multiplication medium. I am learning about the issues of phenolics oxidizing and what can help this process. I know Iím in the early stages of producing a flowering plant. I am updating my findings as I go and if more experienced members make suggestions, I am willing to learn.
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After 9 weeks I was able to separate 5 quarter sized explants from the multiplication medium and transfer them to rooting medium. Generally, how long will it take for the explant to produce roots? Will I need to transfer the explants again to new rooting medium during this process?
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Usually months for me. Longer than getting the initial shoot development. But depends on which hormones and what concentration or lack thereof.
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Did you have to transfer the explant to new medium during that time period?
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Need for fresh media is determined by your growing condition. Just listen to the plantlet does since there are a number of factors that control the outcome. If your vessel has a filtered opening, it may dry out if humidity is an issue. Which would necessitate a replate or watering etc. Or a plantlet might die off for some reason, in which case you might need to remove and/or replate depending on if it releases ethylene etc. Or plantlet density. Maturity at which you want to deflask. I would be surprised if anyone can predict, even if you provide a photo. That said, I and probably others would like to share your progress and see some cute baby phals
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