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    If you have a BIG colony of ants troubling you, no CP is going to provide anything even close to controlling the population. A couple of hungry Sarracenia or Nepenthes won't even make a dent in the colony.

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    Hybridizing a Sarr or Nep with a Walking Iris could make for a plant capable of seeking out the colony. Introducing some cannabis genetics could greatly increase the plant's nutritional needs, and its effectiveness. If you can get the plant out of its bed of course.
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    That plant would give Audrey II a run for its money. I applaud your devilishly creative mind.

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