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    No flowers this time of year and the smell is gone now. I leached it with a half gallon of water, let it air out a day, ran through another half gallon, and let it air out some more. I have no idea what caused it, but don't like the idea of repotting so close to dormancy. I'll repot after winter.
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    In spring I had planted up a 10 Gal. bog planter. before putting pitchers in it I noticed a strong feline urin smell. I was worried over this thinking that overnight a stray had mistaken it for it's own personal library. I flushed the pot and planted anyways. Well the plants are still pitchering well, and I noticed no ill effects on the plants. I would think it's ok to wait to repot, but I haven't noticed and abnormal stress in sarrs regardless of when their repotted.
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