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Thread: Drosera Conservation (intermedia, rotundifolia)

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    So was I.. that and I was thinking the cut up dews could be propagating themselves on the moist LFS.

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    So...you bribed your bud with the money you got selling LFSM you found on HIS land?

    Did you take those pics with your Kodak?

    Anyway, I'm delighted to see a nice looking bog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDCPs View Post
    So...you bribed your bud with the money you got selling LFS you found on HIS land?

    Did you take those pics with your Kodak?

    Anyway, I'm delighted to see a nice looking bog!
    YEAH!! He's the one that said take whatever I want. So I tried to figure out a way to see whatever I want grow and grow. Well.. what would you do? It was heart breaking to see dews starting to grow on the path just to find them diced up the following week. Besides, he's still got the front section of the trails going.

    Nope, the Kodak has been retired. I took these with my new Canon. I really need to sit down and read how to use it properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mksmith View Post
    The interesting thing is that mowing this area might be contributing to a more abundant population of drosera. When mowing you area actual removing competing plants that could very well be blocking sunlight and suffocating the plants.

    Very nice looking plants.
    Yeah, that's what I was thinking too. The mowing is eliminating the competition and allowing more light to the ground huggers, kind of like a replacement for wild fires.

    Perhaps you should bribe him to mow different sections of the bog each year. LOL.

    I am yet to see Cps in the wild.

    Great shots Mass!
    Last edited by dashman; 06-10-2011 at 07:14 AM.

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    This is so interesting, I am having some awesome moments reading these Mass.

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