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    This sounds VERY complicated. I'd think that with all the Nepenthes lovers out there that they'd have figured out a way to propagate a plant in less time than a few months. Oh well, thanks for enlightening me!

    Now time to slice up my Nepenthes fusca!

    (Not really. )

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    It's not complicated at all. You just cut a section of stem and stick it in an appropriate mix, then you wait. And wait. Then wait some more. The waiting isn't complicated at all!

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    I meant the leaf pulling and the buds/auxins and the root examinations of Dave Evans sounded a bit complicated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plant Planter View Post
    I'd think that with all the Nepenthes lovers out there that they'd have figured out a way to propagate a plant in less time than a few months. Oh well, thanks for enlightening me!
    they have, but are you ready to start a tissue culture lab?

    slow plants are just slow, only so much you can do to control things. We are lucky that they root as well as they do!

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