manders, on 5th June 2010 - 21:04 PM, said:
The analysis is based on coffee grounds and states that the nitrogen is not freely available until soil micro-organisms break down the organic fraction. Given that many of the growers who feed their Nepenthes coffee do so in liquid form (percolated), I would presume that the amount of available nitrogen would be very small?
I've been adding L-glutamine to Heliamphora
pitchers for a few months now and the growth rate seems to be good. I would be interested in knowing if anyone has tried this in Nepenthes
Edited by mobile, 06 June 2010 - 08:55 AM.