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post Apr 1 2015, 16:27
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Hello,

First off I wish to apologize for not putting this post in the international section as I thought more people would see it here.
I wish to show everyone pictures of my Salvia seedlings grown from seed that I hand pollinated.
I think salvia enthusiasts, no matter what language will be interested...


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post Apr 1 2015, 16:52
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Nice work When, can you tell us more information about your technique and your success rate?
I only saw 1 or 2 ppl on the internet who had success with the seed method so congratulations biggrin.gif

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post Apr 1 2015, 17:31
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QUOTE(tkoh @ Apr 1 2015, 16:52)
Nice work When, can you tell us more  information about your technique and your success rate?
I only saw  1 or 2 ppl on the internet who had success with the seed method so congratulations  biggrin.gif
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Thanks tkoh,
Quickly I can tell you the mother plant was grown indoors under natural light. I propagated 2 seeds, which both sprouted. I will have time later to go into greater detail

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Nice. Let's wait for the first salvia-typic leafs.


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post Apr 1 2015, 19:02
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i wanted to try getting seeds...but up to now i didn´t tried

very nice work...congratulations smile.gif


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post Apr 1 2015, 19:15
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Awesome,
i'll follow this one.
Hope they will survive and spread over the world smile.gif
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post Apr 1 2015, 20:45
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Nice. Please keep us updated.☺

Which strain is the mother plant?
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post Apr 2 2015, 23:12
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QUOTE(hand @ Apr 1 2015, 20:45)
Nice. Please keep us updated.☺

Which strain is the mother plant?
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Thanks everyone, I'll share info and pictures as the plants hopefully thrive.
I'm not sure which strain the mother plant is. Maybe I can get a positive identification from someone. I will post pictures later after I'm done work.

This is a short background story ...

I have recently sprouted 2 salvia Divinorum seeds obtained from hand pollination i did in the fall of 2014

She had a tough first couple of years. (The mother plant) I acquired 3, 2-3" clones which never really thrived even tho I did everything I could to get them acclimatized to a dry apartment. Frequent misting and humidity tents just resulted in disappointing growth.

They grew to about 8" when the spider mites arrived.

I tried everything from soap and water, insecticide soap, neem, a few forgotten commercial insecticides, and frequent trips to the shower to try and blast the little fuckers off.
Then after months of this, and 3 sad looking plants later I made a solution of neem and capsicum extract in a last ditch effort to eradicate. I didn't expect any favorable results but I was desperate.
After I treatment the 3 plants looked awful and near dead, but no mites!?!. I had mites on a papyrus plant in the same room and gave it the same treatment. A week later the papyrus looked fine and still no mites!

It turned out that that one spraying wiped out all the mites(they never returned) but killed 2 of 3 salvia plants with the third looking near dead, basically a greenish brown stem with a few dried up leaves.
Gave it a good soaking with water and put her in the corner to die.
Maybe it was the right time of year because something woke her up and started growing like never before!. In a room with low humidity and no tent with no misting she started thriving, weird I thought.
When fall came I noticed a change in the meristem, it was a flower starting reacting to the natural light period. She was never given any light at night.
I hand pollinated for a few days with the flowers that fell on the floor.

A few weeks later I notice a dark spot inside a flower...seeds!! 2 of them.
About five months go by until I decide to plant the seeds, about 12 days ago.

So here we are today
6 days since sprouting, I have 2 tiny miracles, healthy yet so fragile

They are coming along nicely and are on 24hr watch lol
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QUOTE(tranquility @ Apr 1 2015, 19:02)
i wanted to try getting seeds...but up to now i didn´t tried

very nice work...congratulations smile.gif
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I didn't think it was possible either

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post Apr 3 2015, 14:11
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awesome!

you don´t use natural light for the kids, do you? the perlite looks kinda burned.
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First things first, thanks a lot for sharing your experience with us.
I really appreciate that!

Your story sounds dramatic and is maybe the worst nightmare for the most of us.
Nice to see that this story takes an happy ending, even tho all seems lost.

It's pretty taff and unusual to get seeds from SD without any help, except pollinating them by hand. Especially in the middle of europe. For this reason i would prefer to take a plant in a chamber with artifical light. Should this ever happen, i would share it in this community.

Would you tell us on which place on earth this thing is happend?
And did you put the seeds for the time of 5 months in a refrigerator or something?



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QUOTE(Gartenfreund @ Apr 3 2015, 14:11)
awesome!

you don´t use natural light for the kids, do you? the perlite looks kinda burned.
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Yes, actually all they're given is natural light but no direct sun.
For the exception of 1 hour of cool sun at dawn yesterday.


QUOTE(GrowUp @ Apr 3 2015, 14:36)
First things first, thanks a lot for sharing your experience with us.
I really appreciate that!

Your story sounds dramatic and is maybe the worst nightmare for the most of us.
Nice to see that this story takes an happy ending, even tho all seems lost.

It's pretty taff and unusual to get seeds from SD without any help, except pollinating them by hand. Especially in the middle of europe. For this reason i would prefer to take a plant in a chamber with artifical light. Should this ever happen, i would share it in this community.

Would you tell us on which place on earth this thing is happend?
And did you put the seeds for the time of 5 months in a refrigerator or something?
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Sorry for being so dramatic, but I thought it would make better reading smile.gif
After my remaining salvia plant started flowering I thought I would hand pollinate some flowers even though the information I read said it wasn't possible, that made me want to try even harder.

I never used a humidity tent, chamber or artificial light, I'm not saying you shouldn't use artificial light or extra humidity, but I am just writing what worked for me to produce seeds and seedlings. The mother plant followed the natural light cycle through the seasons and was never, never ever given light at night as she was in a room with no lights so no accidental light switch was turned on.

No special storage was given to the seeds, just put in a 1"x1" zip bag and stored at room temp in the dark


This is taking place in north eastern Ontario, Canada

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post Apr 3 2015, 22:51
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It was a good reading!, dont have to be sorry wink.gif

I'm really interested in this topic. Can't wait to try it by myself again.
And im looking forward to read and see more from your two little fellas smile.gif
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post Apr 5 2015, 06:23
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Exciting news!!
One seedling is showing its first pair of true leaves.

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Nice. As yet they're looking exactly like Salvia splendens seedlings. smile.gif

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Day 13 pictures, they're coming along nicely. Slow but healthy smile.gif



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60x magnification of seedling leaves.

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