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    I just recieved my first flytrap a few days ago. Some of the traps are dieing and turning black. It is a little unclear to me if I should simply trim off the trap when it dies or the whole leaf. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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    Buckmaster

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    Hey Buckmaster

    You can just clip off the traps. The leaves will still produce energy for the plant ( photosynthesis ).


    I feel like I should write more, but it is just that simple :smile:

    If you have any other questions or concerns, please ask!

    WELCOME to the forums too! :cheesy:

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    Thanks jaie. That's what I figured but just wanted to be sure.

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