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  1. Are they outside but covered just to keep the rain off them? I have used yellow sulphur powder in the past but with only a 50/50 success rate along with giving them more air flow. Other one I have used, again along with improving air flow around the plants was fungus clear ultra. The second one was used only once on a sarracenia and did help but they are tough plants
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  2. Hey Magnus, loved the video! Keep it up! Always love new content and videos to help me along! Thanks for sharing
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  3. Hello and welcome to the forum
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  4. Just fill up the traps, any excess comes out of the hole and slit. NHC sells some really good plants, he is a top bloke and he answers your emails. Cheers Adam
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  5. Yes outside it is fully hardy
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  6. Hi Sam and welcome
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  7. Yes, better outside... what species is it? Protect it from direct rain and let the substrate only humid but not too wet;-)
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  8. I agree with Ian.. the plant is making hibenaculum.. wait a little until the leaves start to dry and than you can remove the dry ones;-)
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  9. If the leaves are turning like paper your ping is going into hibernation and will disappear into the compost and produce gemmae (baby pings) and re-imerge next spring.
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  10. Hello and welcome to the forum
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  11. Great experiment and experience sharing. I found this topic through google, and it refreshed my perception. I've read from a lot of places that nepenthes seeds don't last long even in the freezer, but I still put some in the freezer 15 months ago, I think I'll try it myself.
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  12. No.This one of the Carnivoria clones I don't remember number is very old clone.This clone was weak and die I ask David Svarc about this clone when I was visiting his greenhouse and this clone no longer exists only for some private growers if someone have it yet and managed to keep it.
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  13. Hi all... A mate of mine gave me some venus flytrap seeds which started me buying more seeds online from China for more carnivorous plant seeds.. When I received the seeds from China they at 1st looked about right so planted them, ( they weee supposed to be a mix of vfts and sundews) but after about 5 min later of watering them I noticed the seeds have an appearance of miniature frogspawn or as if the seeds are covered in a gel coat. (Top pic ) Also my mates vft seeds were planted a few weeks back but look nothing like vfts.Could the seedlings be sarracenia perhaps? (Bottoman pic ) top pic are seeds from China but don't think they're vft o
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  14. The best is you start with heads of shagnum. For a tray of 60x40 cm you need about 4 litre of them. Drill 2 holes about 3 cm from the bottom. My tray is outside. The holes prevet that the rain covers all the shagnum. The first time it takes about 2 - 3 month till the moss reaches the top of the tray. Then you can cut it with a scissors. The rest which stays in the tray recovers and it starts all over again. Don`t use any soil only the pure shagnum with rainwater.
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  15. Cephalotus " True Giant", C. "Giant Klaus Keller", C. "Giant Rudi Fuerst", C. "Giant Günter Eitz", C."Giant Harald Weinert" or when the madness will stop? Which one is the originator of this clone and how should one and the same plant ( clone) be named? I don't know wether the people are all alive but Klaus Keller is defenitely is, even however he is member of CPUK forum, so probably he will get part in this thread with more info.... Would the name after the growers help to all CPs community or this is just fortune and glory?
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