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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (BobZ @ Mar. 20 2006,7:59)]
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    Quote[/b] (Lord Humungus @ Mar. 17 2006,5:48)]Hey Bob, I've started an 8' by 8' by 10" bog. What I need to know is how you get enough water for it. It has not rained here in a couple of weeks. My bog is drying out. It would cost a fortune and take all my time to keep it wet with distilled water. What do you think I should do?
    I am lucky to live in an area where I can use tap water because the TDS is very low. In winter, I have no problem because between November and April we get about 50 inches of rain. But, between May and October, we may get a total of 1 inch of rain. So, I use tap water. Check out the tap water in your area. You may get lucky. You can get a report from the Water District office. Otherwise, get a RO unit.

    I would be concerned about a 8' x 8' bog. How do you plan to reach the center? That is why I kept mine 3' wide.
    You are very licky. My tap water is something like 800 ppm

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    yuck, 800 ppm!

    Cheers

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    wow. here's my super-awesome collection of not one, but two plants (i got jesus the flytrap a friend and placed it in the same pot. i don't know which is which now so they are both jesus) not exactly a bog (bog- balcony... sort of similar; starts with the same letter), but i'm fairly confident that they will thrive and survive okay.


    and btw, is it okay to put them so close together in the same pot? i really am not sure.

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    Yep, putting them close together will not harm the your VFT's. Nice plants too, bugfreak.
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    Dense growth allways looks neat... I will definetaly need to seperate them some time but thats alot of 2 year olds right their that were TC



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    Everyones oudoor bogs look so awsome. I went out and got a few crappy cellphone pics of my micro bog.


    Outdoor micro bog. This started with 3 burmanni seeds and one capinsis plant.


    Micro bog 2


    All my VFT's outside are dormant so this is inside a terrarium.
    My life sucks

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    Great job everyone ! Come on spring !
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    Copcar: I really like the look of D. burmanni and D. capensis growing together. It's like the CP weed duo

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