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  1. Thanks for tips @linuxman i will attempt to try it out PLUS: update on the plant i found some rotting parts under the plant i removed them and they seems to be 1 spider mite on it and top watered it to flush mineral thingys out i think the problem i am not hardening it to warmer temperature the shop i brought it from is like 26C room temp i am keeping it out of direct light it seems to decrease the death of leaf sprouts(tips becoming black and limp) i am gonna recover the plant by growing it in shade(by a window) untill its ready to face the conditions of outside of course i am gonna apply your tip Edit: what do meant by (that is until I read your care notes )
  2. My Cape sundew albino (Drosera Capensis Alba) seems to be sick and its neglecting its growth Some Pics (Gyazo) https://gyazo.com/c6253f39bef410357bf529e34254be51 https://gyazo.com/bab7e2d5226745cd1e14829f3409757e the plant was about 2 weeks something under my care my location is a tropical place i use tray method the water is up to 1 inch and RO water i use windows sometimes(Rarely) growlight when the conditions outside aren't good my pot is about 2 and half inches tall and about 2 inches wide Unknown must be all sphagnum moss dead temperature about 30 celsius sometime mostly 26 to 29 celsius (Estimated) Currently 31 celsius i dont know about humdity problems new leafs becomes black dead or limp and i cut them of to decrease chance of infection at the full grown leafs the end is becoming brown triming those too plant looks like yellow green (Camera pics aren't accurate) black stuff in the hair traps and tainted the leaves might be (Humic acid) Can anyone know whats the problem i followed this guide http://www.growsundews.com/sundews/Sundew_Problems_Page-Drosera_help_recovery_and_care.html Please HELP --SkyQuest