Rubbish talangensis clone...


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My talangensis is awful but it the only one i have so i'll grow it until i get a decent clone. Haven't seen a pitcher on it since i've had it, it just outs out leaf after leaf. It's in my corner of shame!

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My talangensis is awful but it the only one i have so i'll grow it until i get a decent clone. Haven't seen a pitcher on it since i've had it, it just outs out leaf after leaf. It's in my corner of shame!

Yep, sounds all too familiar!

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Hi there,

interesing behavior of that talangensis clone(s) that I can confirm.

I had no real pitcher since some years, only some miniatures ones.

Some of them are drying out during forming.

I tried different conditions and repotet it many times but couldn't get a better result.

My seedgrowns, still small, in contrast to the above mentioned clone do grow and pitcher without any problems.

Maybe there's one (or two or more) very bad clone circulating in cultivation.

Regards,

Christian

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Manders, if all the rubbish talangensis are from the same TC batch, perhaps they all have the same exact infectious disease? Just because they got the disease in TC or soon after leaving TC doesn't mean TC is the cause of the condition... That plant really does look messed up.

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