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    Maxsea for Mexican pings?

    I was just curious if anyone has ever tried misting the leaves of mexi pings with Maxsea....I'm eager to try it, but I thought I shoud ask for some input first. Thanks.
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    So......not a single person has tried doing this?
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    What is Maxsea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    What is Maxsea?
    A seaweed based fertillizer....used alot for Nepenthes these days.
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    testing right now. got some small ones growing outside. no negative effects on day 2. On Drosera that actually have leaves that curl around their prey application of this fertilize causes the same response.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kulamauiman View Post
    testing right now. got some small ones growing outside. no negative effects on day 2. On Drosera that actually have leaves that curl around their prey application of this fertilize causes the same response.
    Interesting...how long have you used it on the Drosera?
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    for a while now. once a moth if I remember and not on the 3 sisters. More so now that I am seeing that D. regia may actually need and not just benefit from occasional fertilizing

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    Quote Originally Posted by kulamauiman View Post
    for a while now. once a moth if I remember and not on the 3 sisters. More so now that I am seeing that D. regia may actually need and not just benefit from occasional fertilizing
    So you apply it as a foiliar feed?.......have you noticed any postive results?
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