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    Yup! That happens occasionally since I dont see the sides of the plants that face the sun and I rarely move the pots.

    There is a picture of my setup on a previous page of my growthread, its a 40$ growtent/tiny greenhouse simply positioned infront of a southern facing window. There are 2 fans for ventilation (without ventilation it will easily get to 100+F in there) and no supplementary light.
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    Everythings lookimg great hun!

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    Heres my low tech solution to pitchers going underneath the grating.. duct tape!

    Whenever I see one getting close I just throw a strip over the gap and then they cant go any further. Once the pitcher forms Ill remove the tape.




    Sibuyensis had too many individual pitchers to tape up, so I just put a big strip under it :P





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    Seems like a good solution. I've seen others use a small cup full of moistened LFS. But the duct tape takes up less space.

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    I have absolutely 0 sphagnum moss to spare, but that sounds like a good solution too since the wet moss will also encourage pitcher inflation.

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    N. burkei

    I love little pitchers that have curves near the bottom like this.



    Thumb for scale


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    Big update:

    Nepenthes burkei "madjah as" vine cutting looks like it might take!


    How does this even happen?


    That "oh ****" moment


    N. ventricosa "Red" is massive.




    A little over 8 inch leaves



    "The road to peace is paved in blood"



    Seed grown ventricosa from Paul.


    N. ventricosa "black peristome"


    N. ventricosa (arist x thorelli)



    Group photo! from top to left:

    N. ventricosa "red" N ventricosa SG, N ventricosa SG,

    N. "Red Leopard" N. sibuyanesis, N. ventricosa " black peristome", N. burkei, N. ventricosa (arist x thorelli) x 2.




    Someone was asking me to show my set up, so here it is:



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    Thanks sashoke, love your grow space and plants. You're an amazing grower.

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