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    Thanks for the help guys , but I think I'll just ask someone on allexperts.
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    If anything, I would say the binata needs a little bit more light, maybe a misting to help out the dried tentacles

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    I'm guessing that you have recently transplanted your sundews? If so the lack of dew could be a normal transplanting reaction and should improve with a little time. I can see the rosetted plant is in standing water, which is the way to go with both of them. Otherwise, I could consider the plants healthy-looking.
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    The plants look fine, just treat them like normal and they should get dew back in no time.

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    Thanks guys! And @BlueMax I received them from a nursery in Oregon! (not transplanted

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    No offense intended, PRAXXUS. If they aren't producing dew they are objecting to something in their environment. This could be just coming out of a greenhouse and into a home, in which case they will likely adapt with some time.
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