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Thread: What is my N. hamata doing?

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    Alright. Where do I get the predatory mites? Would that prevent me from having to potentially dispose of my sphagnum?

    Second choice $140 bottle of Shuttle. Definitely worth it to save my babies.

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    Well, that's if you know it's mites. It might not be!

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    Yeah. True. I need to slow down a bit and figure out what the problem is for sure.

    Just to run it by you...

    I replaced one of my T5 bulbs recently as one of them had gone out. Obviously my lighting is too much for the hamata to begin with. Do you think that there is any chance that the increased light would have caused this?

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    It's possible, but your old bulb must have been very dull for it to have that much of an effect (assuming it's a replacement of the same type of bulb).

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    Hello all! I wanted to say thank you to everyone for helping me resolve my hamata troubles. It seems like my plant is happy again!



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    So, was it a climate parameters issue, or mites, or ??

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    I decreased the amount of light that I was giving it and it started growing normally again. No other changes were made.

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    My bet is temperature was too high, caused by being too close to the lights. It's a good looking plant. Congratulations on getting it going again.

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