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    Drosera graomogolensis questions

    Warm or cool lighting best for this plant?


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    I've noticed that all of my plants do well under a mix of warm and cool lighting. I try to always have one 6500k bulb for every 3000k or 3500k bulb. I also find this mix of warm and cool light looks the most natural.

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    Mine has grown fine under full 6500k lighting with full red color and large dew drops. I don't think it matters much.

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    Thanks guys


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    My grao is looking like trash, I need to do something about it. The leaves never seem to fully unroll and the tentacles look fried despite high humidity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swagalotus View Post
    My grao is looking like trash, I need to do something about it. The leaves never seem to fully unroll and the tentacles look fried despite high humidity.
    My plant is doing the same thing right now, conditions seem right under 80F during day with it going below 70 at night. Got humidity fluctuating from 50-70. Peat/sand/perlite. Warm and cool lighting. Was reading you can feed them with beta pellets so I put a little bit on the leaves, the dew got all deformed but that has been noted by other growers. Now it's in the looking like trash mode. Hopefully it recovers. Maybe the lighting is too close to plant?


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    It seems a lot of people have trouble with this plant for some reason. Mine grows at 50-60% humidity, 60-70F, about 6 inches under a 2 bulb T5 fixture on a 12-16 hour light cycle. I use a standard peat/perlite mix and a water tray, growing next to other sundews like D. capensis, D. spatulata, D. nidiformis, and D. burmanii. I have fed it whole betta pellets before without any issues. I don't actually have a picture of my plant, I'll have to see if I can take one tomorrow.

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    Here is my plant currently. Last summer when the photoperiod was longer the leaves were completely red.


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