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  1. Hi, Thanks all for your help. I gave the hamata some shade because effictively he used to have coloured pitchers but also red leaves ! To quickly gain in temperature and reduce a bit the hygro I just add a silicon heater pad with a fan. All the other nepenthes are doing well : Exemple with dubia, inermis, Talangensis, Flava : So to remember for hamata : * avoid direct strong light * keep night temperature around 13celsius * no water droplet on leaves during hours Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk
  2. Hi, Thanks for the help. Minimum night temperature is now 13,5 degrees. I put a bag on it also yesterday. I will move the plant to a shady place in the terra. Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk
  3. Nop impossible. No sun, only artificial light. I moved the led to give shade to the hamata Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk
  4. Hi there, Again and again... the healthy leaves are now infected. Any help please ? Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk
  5. Hi everyone, I think i know what the problem is. At the top of the tank, i got a madagascariensis that is infected by mealy bugs. I treated it with a biological spray of black soap. VERY BAD IDEA !!!! The mada stops to grow, apex die and the plant finally starts again growing from multiple internodes. Same behavior for the plant aside (N. reinwardtiana green) and the plant below (N. albo). I thing boths plant get (ind)directly sprayed by the black soap ! Anyone as similar bad experience ?
  6. Hi, After few more researches i think i found the guilty fungus : cercospora. Few topics : Treatment + stopping brumisation (no more water on leaves for hours during nights) may help solving the problem. Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk
  7. Hi Whitefox, Thanks for your reply. I set the temperature around 11 degrees now. I have other nepenthes in the tank : inermis, dubia , glabrata, lowii, Flavia, jacquelinae, talangensis,..., and few heliam. I bought this for treatment : I searched for mycrobutanil but impossible to find it. Maybe the molecule has been forbidden. I also stop the brumisation with the cold water. Any other opinion / Advice ? Thanks Envoyé de mon iPad en utilisant Tapatalk
  8. Hi everyone, I have a hamata clone 1 (from wistuba) for less than a year in highland tank (Peltier cooling - day : 20/25 celsius degrees - night : 7/12 celsius degrees - hygro : 90/100% -2 * 50W grow led Hamata was growing very well after arrival for months until spots appeared on leaves. These leaves with traps died. New healthy leaves were produce but they currently having spots, Again !!! = brumisation + light ? = cold water (5 celsius degrees minimum) brumisation ? = fungus attack ? Other neps are fine. Thanks for your help. Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk
  9. Hi Fabrice, thanks for the reply. I put the orchid focus (diluted) directly inside the trap. To avoid for the next Time ? Envoyé de mon iPad en utilisant Tapatalk
  10. No this one is from Best Carnivorous Plant. Envoyé de mon iPad en utilisant Tapatalk
  11. Hi everyone, I used to have a really beautiful and good grower N. Albo red. But since few months the poor one is in bad shape. - reduce to very small leaves - no sign of the "trap" even the first phase on a newly formed Leaf. Few informations : - Plants are in my home made terrarium green wall - Temperature in winter : ~20/22 celsius degrees - hygro: 90/100% - Simple winter grow break due to lower temp / natural light ? - Mother plant Grow break due to the reject of a new baby plant ? - I tried for the first Time fertilizing with diluted orchid product. Side effectue of the operation ? Thanks for you PS : Topic of the tank setup and pictures of plants on a french forum :
  12. Hi Nicolas de Lyon, your nepenthes come from Marcel Lecouffle, no?? If yes i recognize it, i have exactly the same.
  13. The a lot for your comments, a new one: D.platystigma!! and scorpioides:
  14. Yeah it's ok now beacause yesterday there was a problem with Hope you appreciate
  15. Thnaks all, i have taken some pictures today i put online few of my plants: hope you like them Barbigera Scorpioides U.bisquamata Floraison paleacea sp paleacea.