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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    Hey Duane, nice to see ya! I've gotta be a little honest, I thought you were blowin smoke when you said you may be interested in this hobby. haha Nice to see ya here though

    Andrew

    PS- for the record, I didn't join that forum last week.. I joined like a year ago when I thought about starting a planted tank... then i went to maybe a reef tank.. then I don't know what happened. lol Not that it matters though
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    Quote Originally Posted by muscipula59 View Post
    Hi spdskr..... welcome!!!!!!

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    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by adnedarn View Post
    Hey Duane, nice to see ya! I've gotta be a little honest, I thought you were blowin smoke when you said you may be interested in this hobby. haha Nice to see ya here though

    Andrew

    PS- for the record, I didn't join that forum last week.. I joined like a year ago when I thought about starting a planted tank... then i went to maybe a reef tank.. then I don't know what happened. lol Not that it matters though
    Lol, no smoke, Andrew. Once it gets warmer here, I'll drop you a line about some plants.

    Duane

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    Quote Originally Posted by spdskr View Post
    I currently live in Aurora and work in Denver. Before that I lived in Fort Collins. Evergreen is nice, you must miss it.

    Duane
    Hey Duane,

    Went to CSU for college, fun town.

    I miss CO some (mountains, wildlife, the white water) but there are some things I don't miss (the cold, the 9 months of "brown" plants.) I guess it is more accurate to say I didn't miss it enough to try finding a job there for after I finish grad school
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    welcome to TF! Mu original hobby was tropical fish - mostly livebearers and Anabatids but when I got the Tropical Fish Hobbyist textbook w/supplements I was smitten with the (then) unattainable pictures of Panchax - particularly the Aphyosemions.

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    Welcome to TF Duane . Always good to have a new member. Before you know it, you will be a crazy addict like the rest of us.
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    Hey Duane, welcome to the forums! While I can't help you with bog questions, I may be able to help you with some of your plant questions. Right off the bat I can tell you that humidity hasn't been a problem for any of my more common plants (of course ), just the ones that are pickier about that particular requirement and harder to get. In particular, I had a Nepenthes gracilis that wouldn't pitcher. It was an otherwise healthy plant, but the pitchers always died before they ever started to inflate. Generally, growing CPs in trays filled with a bit of pure water, provides enough humidity and moisture that they aren't affected by our sometimes dry air.
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    Welcome This is the best USA forum for cps

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    Welcome to TerraForums. The Colorado Carnivorous Plant Society meets 4 times a year in Colorado Springs. Jeremiah Harris heads that and is a member on TF. For info on the CCPS see their website:

    http://www.coloradocarnivorousplantsociety.com/

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