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out of 130 seeds, this is how many have germinated, the rest didn't and some started to rot. There are about 30 seedlings in the pot. How long can they stay in here before I have to separate them?

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Jimhardy

Until the spider mites jump ship from the palm next to them :w00:

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Palmlover_78
2 hours ago, oasis371 said:

What seeds were planted?

Oh sorry these guys are Windmill Palms :)

 

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Jimhardy

The bigger they get the more may be lost when trying to separate them.????

Sometimes when I have a pot like that,I submerge it in water and try to detangle 

the roots...is that another Trachy right next to them?  Looks like there may be some

spider mite damage???

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Palmlover_78

Hey, Ok I will move some to an other pot and yes that is an other Windmill beside them , and no that is not spider mite damage, dryness from low humidity

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Collectorpalms

For windmills...They can last in that pot for at least a year before I would be concerned. Other species, should be planted in single band size pots. Trachycarpus will be fine.

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