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    Nice Tuyen keep up the good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ April 16 2004,7:42)]Hey Spec, why can't your plant food pic eat people like Goldtrap's?
    because i told it not to

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    I think that you can keep the soil even cooler if you shade the darlingtonia pot.

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    Agreed, maybe put some aluminum foil around it?
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    I know shading would help but I just wanted to see if this method works , which it has . Pondboy , If i put aluminum foil around it then I've just just created a solar oven and thats not good unless you want fried snake .

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    I thought aluminum foil would reflect light? In a solar oven the aluminum foil reflects light into the black interior that absorbs the heat.
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    Hey Goldtrap, how does an aerations stone and pump work?? And where can i get one. Thanks
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    You can get them very cheap at any aquarium shop.

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