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    Hey all just one question: How long will it take for my bical to start producing pitchers that are red or orange and have fangs? I no u already told me 3-4 more leaves but how long is that? It will be under 1 flourecent light. Compact bulb that is 100w. And the humidity and temp. during day: 75-80% and 84F. During nite: 75% and 71-74F.

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    bical, if given the right conditions grows quickly alittle slower than ventrata but still fast.
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    Thanks. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

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    Hi
    I was just told at pitcher-plants.com that bical are impossible to acclimate from terrarium to outdoor temps and humidity. My terrarium: Humid:75-80% Temps:72 at nite and 84 during day. Outdoors here on summer is 70-80% humid and Temps:80-95 and 70-80 during the nite. THANKS!

    P.S. How do u acclimate them if possible?

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    The bical whose pic i posted i got last summer from ***********.

    It was a 4" plant in a 3" pot.

    Repot it immediately in pure LFS in minimum 5"x5" pot.
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    Why pure LFS? Is this completely necessary?

    I'd much rather just keep it in its current pot/media for the time being

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    I think its since this plant likes root space. I think Im going to just put it in a 4" pot since Im growing it in a 10 gallon aquarium and I dont have room for a 5" pot. Thanks!

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