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    My Hamata and Rajah

    Hello Here is 2 of my nepenthes i got them from last year at sept.

    N.Hamata



    N.Rajah


    pitcher infaltting slowly but surely


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    nice hamata, ever hurt yourself with it on accident? xP

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    is that from the seedgrown batch of Hamata?
    also it seems like youve got quite a bit of algae build up in there. how frequently do you water?
    what is the drainage like?
    here is my baby seedgrown one starting to color its leaves up nicely

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    very nice Hamata and the Raja looks good too, can't wait to see its first pitcher

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    SirKristoff

    Its not seedgrown hamata, its a clone thats what it said on the label when i got it, i only water them when they look dry its usually once in a week or 2, but the mixture r good drainage i have 40% drid lfs/ 30% peats/ 30% perlite. those annoying aglae >.< how do i provent them from growing?

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    I personally wouldn't worry about the algae. It's potentially harmful to young seedlings, not established plants. In your case it's barely noticeable. I have it ten times worse in most of my seedling pots.

    Very nice plants! I'd recommend you continue to do what you are doing. They seem to be growing well for you.

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    I wasn't trying to make it sound dangerous lol. Just I know that I don't like algae in my pots hahaha. Anyway, they are nice plants in a few years your going to have a monster of a rajah, it might be one of the female clones, who knows

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    fantastic hamata man. That internode distance is sooo little. Very very nice. I like the leafitcher ratio as well. Looks like u are giving them great lighting conditions.

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