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    yes and yes. i see them behave just like they got something good to eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kulamauiman View Post
    yes and yes. i see them behave just like they got something good to eat.
    Hmm....I would suspect then that pings should react the same way....Thanks kula, I think I will try this.
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    but go easy on concentration and use things with redundant back ups....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kulamauiman View Post
    but go easy on concentration and use things with redundant back ups....
    Of course...my standard dose for all CPs is 1/4 tsp per gallon on pretty much everything....seems to be more than enough IMO.
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    like the Heliamphora , why fertilizer?

    there are a carnivorous plants, artificial fertilization for me makes no sense.

    in spring -summer-autumn outdoors , they catch enough insects .

    see here an example on P. mundi in situ

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff 2 View Post
    like the Heliamphora , why fertilizer?

    there are a carnivorous plants, artificial fertilization for me makes no sense.

    in spring -summer-autumn outdoors , they catch enough insects .

    see here an example on P. mundi in situ

    Pinguicula &Cie

    jeff
    Not everyone grows them outside......I tried it once....the earwigs and slugs really gave them a thrashing.
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 02-08-2011 at 08:40 AM. Reason: Nomenclature adjustment
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    it is the risk , but you can also protect your plants from snail-slug , in my home it is the case.

    the Pinguicula like the other carnivorous plants have invented a system of catching and digesting prey , you must let them do their job no .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff 2 View Post
    it is the risk , but you can also protect your plants from snail-slug , in my home it is the case.

    the Pinguicula like the other carnivorous plants have invented a system of catching and digesting prey , you must let them do their job no .

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    Or......I could just keep the plants under my growlights, and give them a few sprays of maxsea every month....
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