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    baby seedling capensis

    some pics of my babies they taken now just over 2 months to reach this stage. their under 24/7 light fluro. the pot are beging to have some green funky stuff. alge it looks like.
    any one know how to get rid of it i dont have any iso ahcol also pic of my 3 month venus flytrap with a bit of moss with it.


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    fingers crossed these work

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    congrats! (it's a funny illusion w/ the one on the left, cuz it looks like it is on a stalk.)

    The green "algae" actually appears to be moss. Next time you use the peat moss, you should definitely rinse it thoughrouly. Algae and moss like that normally develop when the nutrient level in the peat is too high. Don't touch anything for now. The moss won't hurt them at all. It just looks bad. Once the plants get bigger/sturdy, you can try to get rid of it by top-watering the pot several times and then leaving the media a little drier once the plants get bigger. A drier soil discourages it to continue growing.
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    thanks for the advice. the peat came from jiff pellets only bit of peat i cud get it is a stalk it growing on the other r too just their growing flat along the peat is this ok?
    many thanks to guy whom put my pic up. cheers i shud be able now thank u again

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