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Thread: Nepenthes clipeata not doing too good...

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    Wink

    What's wrong with it? humidity is high, temps are high, only bad thing is i had a fungus attach recently:

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    It's impossible to help you if you don't provide a description of the symptoms and a detailed account of the conditions under which the plant is growing....

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    Question

    Nepenthes clipeata is a highland so make sure it gets cooleder temps at night. A pic would help.
    What is the Propability of the Propability?
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    I wouldn't say it is a true blue highland Phil, it has been noted that it likes intermediate conditions the best, but can do with the occasional cold shot. N. clipeata

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    Hmm... I grow the *probably* not quite true form Clip-1 under true lowland conditions. Habitat ranges from about 600m to 800m which is not very high and I have heard anecdotal evidence that it's very hot in the day time in the area, although the nights would be a little cooler than at sea-level, it's true.

    For comparison, N. macrovulgaris grows in exposed habitat at about the same altitude on Mt. Silam at similar latitude. N. macrovulgaris doesn't like true highland conditions (in my experience). However, N. reinwarditana from Mt. Silam thrives here under highland conditions. I've not thought of trying N. clipeata in the highlands. I'll give it a go and if it doesn't work I'll send the bill to Mr. Phil Traper 2 [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]

    What sort of fungal attack did you have and what did you treat it with? And yes, a photo would help
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    [img]http://home.**********.com/johny/images/Clipeata.jpg[/img]
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    How long have you had the plant? What are the actual temperatures day/night? What kind of light is it receiving?
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    Quote (Tony Paroubek @ Mar. 10 2003,8:59)
    How long have you had the plant? What are the actual temperatures day/night? What kind of light is it receiving?
    Tony[/QUOTE]
    I've had the plant for a little over a month now i think. temps, I'm not sure, never did measure... it has 2 48 inch 40 watt plant grow lights.

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