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    That is one beautiful flower!

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    Thanks for the kind words..
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    Av8tor1,

    Excellent cultivation job. Thanks for sharing the photographs of your success. Please give more details of your cultivation technique.
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    Awesome shot Butch. You've got alot of talent for these guys !
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    Thanks Joseph,

    Highland conditions, temps no higher then 70ish (no day/night swings)
    Humidity no lower then 70ish which spikes into the 90's at night.
    Lighting is 18 inches from bank of 6 5000k/85CRI T5's, 18on/6off photoperiod which is now reduced for seasonal conditions.
    Soil mix is just pure APS, with an inch or so of LFS in the bottom as a moisture buffer
    Top watered only
    Couple root feedings with a weak orchid mix, guessing less than 50ppm
    Couple applications of AMPAC Biotech's granular Trichoderma with a monthly drench of AMPAC's flowable Trichoderma
    and I sure a wee bit of dumb luck in for good measure

    Butch

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    is Titan the biggest ping?- is that the one that grows almost cabbage size?

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    alec,
    I believe the one you are thinking of is Pinguicula gigantea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    Thanks Joseph,

    Highland conditions, temps no higher then 70ish (no day/night swings)
    Humidity no lower then 70ish which spikes into the 90's at night.
    Lighting is 18 inches from bank of 6 5000k/85CRI T5's, 18on/6off photoperiod which is now reduced for seasonal conditions.
    Soil mix is just pure APS, with an inch or so of LFS in the bottom as a moisture buffer
    Top watered only
    Couple root feedings with a weak orchid mix, guessing less than 50ppm
    Couple applications of AMPAC Biotech's granular Trichoderma with a monthly drench of AMPAC's flowable Trichoderma
    and I sure a wee bit of dumb luck in for good measure

    Butch
    Reading your temperatures reminded me how lowering the temperature in my own growing area, was one factor that seemed to improve the appearance of my plants.
    Joseph Clemens
    Tucson, Arizona, U S A

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