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    Thanks can't wait till it puts on some size and pitchers =)

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    nice plant elsanta, no my hamata that i had up for trade was a clone 3 from wistuba.
    Elsanta, i suggest baggying it, as mine blackened almost immediately after it arrived from pyro, but it could just have been that i seperated the basal. mother plant died, ended up with the basal. but yeah
    they are BEASTLY growers
    the one i traded out almost died, then put out like 4 or so new leaves in a month. it was crazy
    now my seedgrown is taking off like mad.
    under 2" and showing signs of mature lowers, still small pitchers though.

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    how long did you baggy yours for? I can't wait for mine to acclimate and start growing its pretty exciting lol

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    If you insist upon using a baggie on your plant (I have never done so myself), definitely ensure that the N. hamata doesn't get cooked. That accident can happen all too quickly in a closed system . . .
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    idn im thinking about it but i think my humidity is high enough

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    I had read somewhere about an alternative to the baggy method that you might want to try. Somebody said somewhere to use those small clear plastic containers they keep berries in. The plastic is completely clear, and the wholes are small enough to keep humidity in, but large enough to keep some air circulation going, which I hear Hamata desperately requires. I have not tried this method, but found it in my research on Hamata. I really want one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elsantaclause View Post
    idn im thinking about it but i think my humidity is high enough
    Another consideration is to use a 2 liter soda bottle with the bottom and lid removed. I recall using that method with my first plants as a kid and it was successful . . .
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