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    How can you tell if your vft is suffering from shock, & how long does it take to recover after shipping ?

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    Shaum,
    As a member of the forums, WELCOME! You can tell if your VFT is in shock by not producing traps. Depends on the conditions on how you treat the VFT.

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    Oh, it might also stop producing traps if it's going into dormancy in the winter.
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    Hi
    After shipping, it should take only a couple of days before it starts growing again. If a VFT really is suffering from shock, say after repotting, it usually stops growing for about a week.
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