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Thread: P. agnata - colored variety

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    Bonjour

    very very interessant colour .

    what lightning ?

    this colour is perenn in the time and by seeds ?

    jeff

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    They are beautiful!

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    They look very nice.

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    Beautiful color DVG. Pinguicula release compounds that inhibit the growth of their neighbors. So that is the likely reason that the compot plants are smaller.

    Quote Originally Posted by Huntsmanshorn View Post
    Know any reason why the darkest one is larger than the rest? Genetics? Fert. more? Different media?

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    Thanks for all of your comments.

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    What media are you using . and wowee very nice.
    It is an all mineral mix composed of coarse sand, lava and pumice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Huntsmanshorn View Post
    Know any reason why the darkest one is larger than the rest? Genetics? Fert. more? Different media?
    It was the robust clone of the bunch, always was darker and had to deal with only one weaker potmate.

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    Bonjour

    very very interessant colour .

    what lightning ?

    this colour is perenn in the time and by seeds ?

    jeff
    Hi Jeff,

    These pots and another are all being grown under either T8 or T12 6500k 4' tubes.

    The color comes on as the plants become larger and more mature.

    And yes these plants were all grown from seed.




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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Whoa!!! First time I've ever seen burgundy Pings
    Maybe burgundy in late fall filtered sunlight.

    Here's a comparison pic with P. colimensis under 6500k daylight fluoros.




    dvg

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    very impressive plants,well grown doug thanks for sharing

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    Bonjour

    ah OK under a tubes daylight 6500K . How lumen and watt ?

    this colour on agnata ,is perenn , year to year , and reproductible by seeds , without tubes ?

    jeff

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