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    aristolochioides can be very very slow to start. I had a small BE clone for a long time that looked like yours, it just sat there for like 6 months and only just started growing right before sending it to someone else. I think your issue could be with the substrate (but you already repotted), your humidity, or your temps (aristo hates hot temps). I recently got a seed grown cutting from a very old aristolochioides clone and so far its been growing quick, perhaps its just the clone that you got that is picky.

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    Thanks for the responses guys! I guess I'll just keep hoping it pulls through.

    Quote Originally Posted by Heli View Post
    aristolochioides can be very very slow to start. I had a small BE clone for a long time that looked like yours, it just sat there for like 6 months and only just started growing right before sending it to someone else. I think your issue could be with the substrate (but you already repotted), your humidity, or your temps (aristo hates hot temps). I recently got a seed grown cutting from a very old aristolochioides clone and so far its been growing quick, perhaps its just the clone that you got that is picky.
    Temps are about mid 70s during the day and 50s at night... 70% humidity through most of the day, 90% at night... I think it has some sort of root rot.

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    bag it !!!!!!! give it 90 % day 99% night humidity works well

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    Quote Originally Posted by n bicalcarata View Post
    bag it !!!!!!! give it 90 % day 99% night humidity works well
    It got bagged two days ago!

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    well yah didnt tell me that

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    Quote Originally Posted by n bicalcarata View Post
    well yah didnt tell me that
    I did. Read back a few posts.

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    That might not be your answer, you don't want constant condensation on the plant either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heli View Post
    That might not be your answer, you don't want constant condensation on the plant either.
    I have been taking the bags off before the sun shines on the GH and putting them back on afterwards so that they don't overheat, so the condensation isn't always on the plant.

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