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    Smallest basal ever.

    I was repotting some of my Nepenthes seedlings today when I found this basal on an 8 month old inermis seedling.

    Nepenthes inermis - Smallest basal ever

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    Nice. Now you have a 2 for 1 baby inermis.

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    It's just a wittle baby basal. XD

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    HA HA cool. So it is possible small SG plants can grow basals, my first N. rajah was supposedly SG and that thing threw off basals like nobodys business - I cut off & rooted 8 different basals in the first couple years. I just assumed the vendor screwed up and sent me a clone due to the number of basals I was getting.

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    Wow! It's stunning how small that thing is!

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    Nice! I think you're doing something that it likes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    Nice! I think you're doing something that it likes.
    Yup. I moved everything into a new highland tent just after x-mas with nearly perfect conditions (could use a bit more humidity). I can't believe how fast everything kicked into gear. Plants that have been chugging along for the last year just EXPLODED with new growth ..........and tiny basals apparently too.

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