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    Slow road to Recovery

    here are afew hail damaged plants on a slow road to Recovery

    N. Amp Red Speckeld (NOT THE ONE THAT WAS IN THE TRADE)


    N. Viking


    N. Rafflesiana


    N. Eustachya


    N. Amp Green (NOT THE ONE THAT WAS IN THE TRADE)


    And there was several N. Miranda's & N. Venrata's that were damaged as well

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    I know how you feel. My sarrs got wiped out by a hailstorm recently and look like crap, with no signs of recovery yet. Good luck pulling your neps through. Looks like they will make it.

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    Awww poor babies... Neps are stronger than they are credited for so hope
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    My viking looked even worst than that and it recovered! You should think about repotting it and then putting a few Osmocote slow release fertilizer pellets around the base of the plant.

    I think most of your plants would benefit from Osmocote.

    If you put them inside in some sort of lowland tank under 4 nice florescents, all should put out healthy new leaves within a few months. Except maybe the Rafflesiana.

    Good luck.

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    O!!!! M!!!! G!!!!

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    I know what you mean.My entire nepenthes nursery here i Austrlaia last november got hit by a tropical storm and ruined my collection and stock plants.It took at least 6 months to recover.

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    oh wow i have a lil while an a long wait to look forward to then .
    hats good to know thanks Stevo

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    Aw, poor crippled Neps. D: I hope they get well soon.
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