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Thread: What's missing for a talangensis to pitcher?

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    hmm....as far as I know....this is the BE clone of talang and the one Av8tor1 has is the same one as mine. (considering BE has only one clone of talang)... that means my temps are similar to his...or even lower than his at night (by a bit). So temp dependence maybe..... I do recall reading at many places that talang doesn't like high temps too much. Hmm..... alright. I guess I need to use a fully frozen bottle on top of it as well.

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    BTW yeah B! I notice your internodes are insanely close. WOW! that is a sign of good lighting.

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    updated photo:


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    As I said B! that is just marvellous! Damn! look at those pitchers....they are bigger than the size of the plant stem. Sheesh!!! Fantastic growing B! Looks like this one is truly a light worshipper. Hopefully the new light you sent should help mine pitcher.

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    amazing!!! cant wait for mine to shape up! very good!
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    I know what's missing. A royal prismical block for the plant to sit on with the plant name, date recieved, and grower name carved in!
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    I've tried to grow N. tanangensis in a variety of different setups, all of which have failed miserably. I recently put a stubborn talang outside where it gets low nighttime temperatures, and it's actually showing growth, which is more than I can say about any of the past specimens I've had. It seems, for me at least, that high temperatures were the culprit.

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    Talang is a pure highlander. It loves night time temperature drops to high 50's or low 60s. My talang has always grown well...it just sits its tendrils deep in the moss and keeps waiting. I hope the new light triggers their ballooning.

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