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    K, just another update.

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    Look at that dew! It must be doing well.

    I transplanted some of the unknown seedlings in my Drosera capillaris x rotundifolia because they were getting overgrown with some carpet moss or fuzzy algae. All I wound up with was a cup full of carpet moss or fuzzy algae
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    If you wound up with a cup of that stuff, I'd say you have a mineral problem. What exactly do you use for your plants' media?

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    Typical sand/peat mix, top dressing of finely chopped LFS. The original is in peat/sand/perlite. To be fair, a couple of the transplanted seedlings had bits of the fuzz on them that I didn't know how to remove without the aid of a microscope. Seedlings were only a couple millimeters across at the most. They're dead now, I put them outside hoping the lower humidity would dry out the fuzz, but temps shot up into the 80's and RH way below 30%. That's okay, there were only 5-7 seedlings, I still have maybe 20 or so still in the original pot.
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