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    Hi guys,getting near that time of year again! Our open day is on the 23Rd July Saturday and I will do everything I can to make it a great day for all,if you are interested in coming plz let me know so I can cater for everyone,all the best.. Paul.
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    You can cut the climbing stem if its necessary. The growing point at the bottom will take its place eventually.
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    You need to remember, Global Warming means that the planet as a whole is getting warmer. That doesn't mean that it will get warmer everywhere and by the same amount. It wasn't called British Warming Warm air holds more water, which means there is more to fall out. Like manders said - a good match to the models. On the plus side, our water butts are full. I haven't seen any moans about lack of water for plants this year.
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    Thanks guys,be good to see you both!
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    Hurray for Tony! I'd been thinking about saying this for a few days, but didn't want to get stuck in the middle of the arguments. I would like to second Tony's idea. Let's get back to talking about what's really important in life, like CPs!
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    Seeing as we didn't really find out what would be the consequences to our plants, can i request this thread now be closed before anyone falls out. We're here for the fascinating world of carnivorous plants, not politics. Maybe a new thread about the importing and exporting of plants can be started in the future when we have a better idea of how the laws may change.
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    When the dust settles all will be fine, we are not stupid we have good negotiation skills. I think a lot of the remain camp are being a bit melodramatic, we are not going to war. We are not losing our heads we will take it slowly over the next 2/3 years. And in the end we will all be better off for it.
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    Hello! Welcome to Lucas' (Nepenthes Lowii's) new Blog! In this blog, you will see many things, mainly carnivorous plants, but also things like aquariums, and pet snakes! Thanks, Lucas