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Thread: cares of D. rotundifolia and D. anglica?

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    they was with my sundews ,but i put this monday with my sarracenias

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    I'm sorry but that doesn't describe how you have been caring for them:

    Lighting?

    Temperature?

    Humidity?

    feeding?
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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    ooh jajaja sorry!!
    lighting: before all day 50%sun/now: like 80%sun
    temperature: day 68F to 82F and night: 46F to 59F
    humifity: always up to 60:%
    fedding: they dont eat in the time that i have because they dont grow tramps

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    well good soil for these plants is about 50% peat moss 50% perlite or other good drainage, no natural soil or anything with fertilizer. bad soil (anything with fertilizer) will kill these plants. bad water will do the same. what water are you using?

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    i'm using some times rain water but i use more the water that we drink
    i have in pure peat moss

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    The drinking water might be the culprit because it may contain "other" nutrients and salts that can be harmful to the drosera roots.

    I would repot and water with distilled water, reverse osmosis water or rain water.

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    hmm i have using that water for a while and i don't have any problem with any carnivorous plant :/

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    In my experience drosera and sarracenia are more sensitive about water quality than others. I use drinking water for neps, drosophyllum and even cephalotus sometimes but never on drosera/sarracenia. Otherwise those two groups start showing signs of stress immediately so yeah, basically I agree with eplants02.

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