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    Hear the Call of Nepenthes carnivoure12's Avatar
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    Muluensis x Lowii slow death...

    Hey everyone, my Muluensis x lowii was doing beautiful, even pitchering up until june, ever since then its been downhill, here are pics, any ideas whats happening?



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    He was a brave, brave soul.
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    Slow growing plants also die slowly, it seems
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    sorry to hear this...
    Mine is finally picking up and growing o.o

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    hmmm!! I would associate it either with heat or fungus or perhaps both.

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    Yeah, it looks like your plant is rotting.

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    i see someone deleted my photo, but what i was trying to say is mine looked like that after a mite attack, but it came back....maybe not quite that bad, but for awhile it did nothing and looked almost completely dead...hope it produces a basal or something for you...

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    thats exactly what mine did. newest and oldest leaves are dead and the middle leaves are at least semi ok. i dont know what killed mine but it went the way yours did =[

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