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    I agree, reading over this I thought the plant wasn't doing very good, but now that Ive seen it it looks really good!

    Keep doing what your doing and it should grow fine

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    Wohhhhh. Thanks so much for the assurance..
    I will do the sunbreak till Friday. I hope I can put the plant outside for a full day sun on Saturday..
    *fingercross*

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    Wohhhhh. Thanks so much for the assurance..
    I will do the sunbreak till Friday. I hope I can put the plant outside for a full day sun on Saturday..
    *fingercross*

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    After 2-3 days (I left for holiday) the plant seems getting better.
    Flickr
    New leaves are redder, have better dews and its sticky enough.
    The old leaves were still.. well... down. XD XD XD
    I couldn't be happier.
    I want to try giving it ant. I hope the leaf wont die afterward. XD

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    The plant looks much better. You shouldn't have any worries about feeding that plant small items like ants. The old leaves are very unlikely to dew back up. If you want, its worth takings some of those old leaves and making leaf cuttings out of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey Moss View Post
    The plant looks much better. You shouldn't have any worries about feeding that plant small items like ants. The old leaves are very unlikely to dew back up. If you want, its worth takings some of those old leaves and making leaf cuttings out of them.
    It's always recommended to take the healthiest leafs for cuttings, so I would just leave them on there, so that it can also provide the plant with some extra photosynthesis.
    Last edited by dr_donut; 07-12-2016 at 01:02 PM.

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    That plant can handle an ant and like I said. It will catch its own food outside.
    The profile pic that you see above is my actual photo. I am a hyper-intelligent snake that has learned to use the internet and I will eventually rule you all.

    Just kidding..... Or am I?

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    A leaf caught a very small flying insect, not a mosquito. But it's just half curl, and it took the leaf like 8-9 hours to do the half-curl. Lolz.
    I hope it really feeds well, not just a lazy curl because its too small prey.. XD XD XD

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