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    no clue on the Sarrs.....as i said i dont mess with them much at all.....tropical and subtropical species are what i focus on just cause they are easier for me to deal with indoors year round.....
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    Yup. Right off the bat I'm dealing with a few experiments. I pulled my drosera out of the tub and its looking a little floppy but it looks better. I put it on my east bedroom window so well see how long it takes to perk up. I'v got a spot outside for my vft. and i think the sarr is going to follow. Thanks guys.

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    capensis are pretty hardy, current growth may die off int eh transition from humid to dry but any new growth will be fine.....pretty hard to kill a capensis without trying....
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    Welcome!

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    Drowning my drosera worked (24 hours) cant see any more aphids on it alotta the sprouts were totaly eaten up. but theres already new little arms poken out. WOO HOO!

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