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    Hellz here,
    OOO nice ^^
    i wish myn were doing as well... i think i am over watering them,
    also, what size pot are yours in? mine are in a small 3.5 inch pot, is that big enough? i heard they like tall pots, and as for the substrate, what do you grow em in? mine are in a 25-75 sand to peat mix.
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    3.5 inch pot, not sure on the medium but if i had to guess its pure peat or peat and perlite. i doubt to wet is your problem as mine is sitting i a tray that never has less than 1/3 inch of water and i try to keep it at 1 inch deep. they do like lots of light.
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    Hellz here,
    your growing conditoins are like mine, and light is not a prblem... i grow mine under Ta 5's, so i think its good [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
    the humidity is realatively high tho, is this a problem?
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    D. scorpioides like tall pots. They grow best in a very sandy mix. Mine grow in 70%sand 30% peat mix in tall 4 inch diameter pots. Water level in tray should reach about 1/3 of the way up the side of the pot. For lighting they like full sun.

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    [Edited topic: correct spelling is Drosera scorpioides not "scorpiodes"]

    Nice photo of a very attractive small species.



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    They look like they have clenched fists, ready for a fight.

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    what would we do without you Ping Man? i need to just copy and paste off my growlist but that takes to much time when its getting close to quitting time [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]
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