I hope you won't mind me adding to your thread. Below are the pics of recently made pullings. The soil is: milled LFS/Sand/APS
P. gracilis x moctezumae the quickest
P. agnata 'red leaf'
Dont mind at all gill_za, they look great.
I had a little time tonight after the hockey game, so got the pullings potted up. My main camera was a dead battery so I just took photos with my phone, which means they are low quality but oh well.
P. moranensis "Caudata"
P. moranensis "A"
P. moranensis "alba"
P. Sumidero II
Also took a few other photos today of pings that were looking good.
I believe this is P. moranensis "Caudata" but would have to check the tag.
P. 'John Rizzi'
Also thought Id add some photos of my growtent as it sits now. Hoping soon I can add a second table in and another five 4' T5's so I can separate mine pings from the other plants and level out the lights.
And the fan/duct system that runs outside. It is hooked up to a thermostat with night drop feature. Set 75F day, 52F night. Humidity is also set to 80% but stays between 70 and 80%. Tent is 6.5' long, wide and tall.
Last edited by 31drew31; 12-13-2011 at 11:10 PM.
I think he may have to be my new best friend!
Thanks Brie and Jim!
Newspaperfort, they are leaves which have been pulled off from the main plant. After a few weeks they will create plantlets from the very tip where the leaf connected to the main plant. In the most recent photos they are at 6 and a half weeks. The ones that are browning were carnivorous leaves, the ones that are still green were succulent leaves. Both generally work good but the carnivorous leaves have a high success rate in my experience.
love that P. jaumavensis drew where did you ever find one
Thanks Mickey, I got it from a member of our local CP forum. Probably one of my favorite Pinguicula.
So cool! I'm gunna have to give Ping pullings a try soon.