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Thread: Injured vft- twisted new growth

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    If the traps finish up looking normal and perfectly healthy then it is unlikely you have aphids. If they just unscrew but the petioles still have a frilly look and/or the traps are a bit mis-shapen then you probably have got an aphid problem.

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    Well they always end up normal,could they be doing this because of shock? I recently repotted it so Im thinking that could be why.

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    the only way to know for sure is to see if the traps stop growing twisted in a couple of weeks. It shouldn't take a plant too long to settle once it has been repotted. Any chance you can post a photo of the way they look as they are growing?

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    No I dont have a camera [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_h_32.gif[/img] I only repotted it about a week ago I believe it takes around 2-3 weeks or so to get growth back to normal.Ill just monitor it and see if any deformed leaves come up.Or get my hands on a digital camera.

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