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    Thank you all guys and girls for help! All my graomogolensis apparently liked the change of substrate, stronger lights and above all the cold nights. These girls really like it cold! Now they started to grow new dewy leaves! I forgot my camera at home but soon I will add some pictures to see how much more they prosper now! Once more:THANX! :-)

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    Don't let the temperature get below 6C or you'll have an unhappy plant.
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    Thanx NaN......I read somewhere 9C can be already dangerous....but I get the point...dont overdo it on cold:-) She is in my room under lights under opened window so now she gets 15C at night and about 19-24C during the day with the lights on. If i tried to make it any cooler for her then I would freeze:-)....which is not my intention:-)
    Hopefully she will go on with the rapid growth and that spring sun will give her beautiful colouration!:-)

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    10C would give you a good safety margin. I'm hoping mine will colour up in the outdoors sun also.

    Glad to hear your plants have perked up.
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    Glad to hear they are recovering for you klasac! Soon you will have you some nice big dews.

    Here's an update on my root cuttings. They were taken on 2/10/09. I noticed a few days ago that they began making buds. I've counted three so far.



    Certainly not too much to look at right now. Two can be seen in the picture. When the leaves get a bit bigger I will transplant them into some live Sphagnum and wean them off the high humidity.

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    Do you just lay that down under a light and let it do it's thing? Any specific way you cut the roots? At an angle? Do you want to avoid burying the roots entirely, just laying them on top of the LFS?

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    Hey mcantrell,

    I have the bag with the root cuttings laid right under the lights. My space is limited so I have all my bags with root cuttings laid out on top of pots where there are no plants growing (example is on top of pots with Nepenthes, where the Nep is growing on the far side of the pot, the bags are laid in the vacant space). I don't do anything special when cutting the roots. I try to cut them where they are about one inch or so in length. I try to avoid burying the roots, but it really doesn't matter. I've had other species of drosera grow their leaves all the way through the moss to reach the light.

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    CONGRATULATIONS Crystal! It is great to see there are new plants to emerge soon! Talked to my friend from CZech republic I got the graomogolensis from and he was very susprised to read here on the forum that the leaf cuttings are hard to propagate D.graomogolensis from. He said he only does leaf cuttings...and with over 100% success rate! Maybe it is vivid and easy going clone of graomogolensis he grows....or maybe he has a really good technique developed....

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