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    Always a newbie glider14's Avatar
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    ok so its the end of summer... and i have yet to see even one phyllodia... whats wrong?
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    Nothing is, thats just an early sign the plant is dectecting a change in photoperiod.

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    no...i havent seen any. i think you thought i said i see them.
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    Don't worry about it. No biggie. Mine havn't started either, last time I looked.

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    I had a S. flava that had phyllodia since the start of july and I have one that hasn't started yet so don't get wooried and enjoy the pitchers you have. Jack
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    It's nothing to worry about.
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    People usually want pitchers not phyllodia, so if your plant is still pitchering, be grateful!

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    yea...but the pitchers went from over 9 inches...to a measly 2in within one pitcher!! its making tons of divisions though..... and with these 2in pitchers it letting the big ones stand out which are dying from the top down slowly.
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