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Thread: The more photogenic sundews at the moment

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    Absolutely love your falconeri. Mine is just coming out of dormancy and hopfully in a few months look as good as yours. It is flowering and starting to produce traps again afer a 3 month dormancy. I had it for 4 years before it went into dormancy.

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    It's a fairly good setup but nothing like what Aviator has. What he's got going, and his camera, bring out the red and clarity that I'm not capable of producing.

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    D. paradoxa

    D. burmannii

    D. spatulata (Frasier Island)

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    Is it just me, or did ANYONE notice that his Ivan's paddle is covered in pests?

    All those white flecks are pests. You should use neem or pyrethrins. I often get that type when I grow my sundews too crowded.

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    and also the D. falconeri x ordensis looks like an albino capensis.

    great plants Scott!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jefforever View Post
    Is it just me, or did ANYONE notice that his Ivan's paddle is covered in pests?

    All those white flecks are pests. You should use neem or pyrethrins. I often get that type when I grow my sundews too crowded.
    I did! I ended up using Schultz's GardenSafe on them.

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    Very good.

    It's just that these things keep coming back. I've used at least half a dozen rounds of neem-py on my neps and thrips, mealies, aphids and scale always seem to find them again. Lost so many highlanders to these pests.

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    I used to think that drowning aphids was a 100% thing for awhile, but after a few separate incidents they;ve become more tenacious. So now I am using the chemicals and pursued non-chemical approaches, like dry ice and CO2 kits. I haven't used them yet because I don't seem to have any aphids... for now. All I see nowadays are the occasional worm and snail. How they get in my pots I don't know.

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