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Thread: Can i grow mex. pings year round in wet conditions

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    sweet. this is GREAT! i'm glad by lights are good, thats about 440 watts. plus all 4 sides of the terrarium are coved with tin foil.

    i am SO happy!

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    you chould also try Pinguicula moctezumaea if you want a different rosset. they also make nice flowers

    regards Bjørn

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    know where i can get one? norman?

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    440 Watts?!? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img] You'll fry your plants. Oh right its in a 70 gallon terrarium, is it...

    I know how it feels, when you find out that its not as hard, or find out you can do something, or come over a milestone like having seedlings (say cephalotus) germinate, or find out something new, so we share your joy. Congrats!

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    thanks!! unfortunately, seeds don't do crap for me! i'm still waiting on byblis liniflora seeds to germinate, and out of hundreds of D. capensis seeds, only one germinated.. No D. indica seeds or U. calicyfida seeds have germinated, either. so sad...

    i know! speaking of milestones, i recieved B. liniflora plants in the mail, almost bare-root, and they arrived alive and are still alive a week later! it's like, a miracle!


    my tank is a 75 gallon, and i STILL don't think i havne as much light as i would want...

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    Those D. indica seed need a little longer to germinate. Give them at least 2 months though I have had germinations occur upto 1 year after I sowed seed for this species.
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    wow.. one year...

    those pings you send me are doing GREAT , btw pyro! thanks agian!

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    No problem, glad they are doing well [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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