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    Hey,

    This site sells one terrarium kit with nepenthes, i thought they were very prone to root rot? How do I handle this?

    So if I get a terrarium, should I worry about root rot with the neps or any other plant in there?

    Thanks in advance
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    Well first of all you could keep the plant in its pot and put that in the terrarium,or you could put a layer of perlite on the bottom of the terrarium about 2 in. deep and not let the water level go above this. Thirdly you could choose a nep that likes swampy conditions like N.mirablis,or N.bicalcurata(SP?)
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    Thanks pond boy
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    Your welcome.
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