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    warpig
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    If i used food coloring in the water of my vft's will the food coloring kill the plant? Has anyone tried this?

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    Warpig

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    What the....food coloring, why??!?!?!?!?!?!?!I don't know the results. Stay away from that idea, it might harm your plant.Well, that is unless you are testin or somethin and have a bunch of vfts in at your disposal. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]
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    My general feeling is the less things added, the better. These plants are very sensitive.

    On the other hand, experimentation is how we all learn. If you are willing to risk your plants, you might make an interesting discovery!

    If you do go with the experiment, please inform us of your success or failure. Both are important data for future experiments.

    Good luck!
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    vfts+ any other liquid but distilled water = R.I.P. vft , lol .

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