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    i have a D. spath. living in the same terrarium as several VFTs
    im reducing the photoperiod to send the VFTs in to dormancy, will this hurt the spath. and once the VFTs are in the fridge should i gradually increase the light back to normal for my sundew or sould i turn it back up all at once?
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    Spatulata should be ok with the light increase even if it is all at once. Reducing the photoperiod is to encourage natural dormancy in the temperate species.
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