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    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    If your night temps outside the house drop into the fifties, could you not at least put the hamata(s) into a sealed .
    I tried that with other plants and we have mystery guests the come in and eat them. We live in an area where anything green and looks edible, will be torn up and eaten... They even eat the prickly pears,. paddles and all!

    We believe the eaters of the plants are squirrels, rabbits, mice, wood rats and mule deer. It's probably all of the above!
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    how about building a caged in enclosure?

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    Like a green house!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    If your night temps outside the house drop into the fifties, could you not at least put the hamata(s) into a sealed container and set them outside at night, just to experience a decent temperature drop?.
    WG

    I will try that, only because I'm getting a little desperate now, and take that chance. Any suggestions on the media. I have them in LSM.

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    Unrelated, but I'm glad to see another New Mexico grower! I was beginning to think I was the only one.
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    Im pretty close to you monkey
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    Depending on how often you water your plant, pure Sphagnum moss can be a bit heavy and easily waterlogged. I use roughly one part each of dried sphagnum moss, perlite, and orchid bark with good results. However, as long as you can keep a fairly consistent moisture level that isn't too wet or dry, they are very tolerant of a wide variety of soil mixes.
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