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Thread: A Cheapskate's Attempt to Grow IPs in Stockton, CA

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    I bet you could still salvage at least one growth point if you divide it, though.

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    I was able to separate the growth node on the right, but the ones on the left were very difficult to separate. I took a sterilized knife and tried to excise enough of the middle.

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    I am getting the mushy death left and right and it is really getting irritating. I am hoping to solve that problem once and for all one day. I am going to find out how to kill that stuff for good.

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    Sarracenia
    Well, La Muerte Pulposa just claimed another S. flava. There are a few threads here about using trichoderma to prevent fungal induced rhizome rot.

    Nepenthes
    Some Nepenthes pitchers that opened recently

    N. truncata A


    N. truncata B


    N. reinwardtiana


    N. 'Miranda'


    Darlingtonia
    Second attempt at Darlingtonia, had the plant for 3 weeks
    Last edited by fdfederation; 08-31-2014 at 05:49 PM.

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    Update on Darlingtonia. It's producing two pitchers.


    I think I found a male carpenter bee among the Celosia.
    Last edited by fdfederation; 09-08-2014 at 07:08 PM.

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    I have always found that my larger rhizomes are always the most likely to rot. I now try to cut the Sarrs down to two or three growth points each winter.

    I just started with Trichodetma this week. I have lots of hope for it with all of my CPs.
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    Great plants. You are not that far from me, only half a hour. Nice plants, i have found that i lose the most plants to rot in the spring, after they wake up and i think they lived the winter. Your plants are looking very nice this time of year.

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    what kind of rot are you guys talking about?

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