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    This wonīt be necessary. As soon as the main...

    This wonīt be necessary. As soon as the main growth point
    has died off, one of the lower nodes will start to grow.
    Of course it will take some time, but your setup is much more
    favorable now.

    I...
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    No, the new growth is deformed which is caused by...

    No, the new growth is deformed which is caused by a massive mite infection.
    Under warmer conditions the effect gets more prominent and N. hamata is
    the first plant which shows these signs (from my...
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    Poll: Nepenthes burkei upper

    Nepenthes burkei upper:

    4428

    4430

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    Reagrds Joachim
  4. Hello Lucied, I am using only natural light,...

    Hello Lucied,

    I am using only natural light, the plant is grown in my greenhouse.
    No extra lightning up to now, but in the darker winter months
    additional lights to lengthen the days would be...
  5. N. glabrata

    I wouldnīt be that pessimistic about the N. glabrata, there is some variation in the clones.
    My plant looked like this last year:
    ...
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    Poll: N. pulchra

    Hello,

    havenīt been posting here for a long time, but I am still growing Nepenthes... :-)

    N. pulchra lower pitcher which is not too common in cultivation:

    4328 4329

    Joachim
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    Wow that's horrible news for Tony, a real shock! ...

    Wow that's horrible news for Tony, a real shock!

    I hope his insurance can help to overcome the financial aspects - and most important that he
    stays with the plants we all love so much.
    ...
  8. Philcoxia

    Hi,

    Andreas Fleischmann posted some pictures at the German CP-forum in a thread he already started in 2007 (Post Nr. 13):
    ...
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    Hi vraev, what do you mean by misleading? ...

    Hi vraev,



    what do you mean by misleading?

    N. talangensis dislikes higher temperatures and lower humidity during summer and refuses to pitcher under my conditions during summer. Day and...
  10. Hi Rob, many thanks for sharing these...

    Hi Rob,

    many thanks for sharing these pictures!

    My first impression was that this plant looks similar to the N. izumiae Andreas shows on his homepage:
    ...
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    Hi, the growth point of this plant is strongly...

    Hi,

    the growth point of this plant is strongly deformed due to mites. You should look for a good akarizid to get rid of this pest.

    Joachim
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    My plants grow better during winter with lower...

    My plants grow better during winter with lower night time temperatures. They are still young and so they didn't have problems with the hotter temperatures during summer.
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    My N. campanulata grows quite well doubling...

    My N. campanulata grows quite well doubling roughly its size in abaout one year (got it as small seedling at the EEE in Prague from Wistuba). The compost is 100 % pure LFS and the plant gets foliar...
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    Rob can explain the story why ABG mislabeled...

    Rob can explain the story why ABG mislabeled their plants.

    Here is an older thread where we discussed this plant:

    http://www.terraforums.com/ib312....;t=4035

    Joachim
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    Hi Robert, to my eyes these bigger seedlings...

    Hi Robert,

    to my eyes these bigger seedlings aren't Nepenthes at all. Maybe you also collected something else?

    Cheers Joachim
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    Many thanks for your kind comments! @Schloaty:...

    Many thanks for your kind comments!

    @Schloaty: I haven't tried to take cuttings, si I don't know.

    @Dustin: Your plant is very nice and looks much better than my plant. I believe the plant in...
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    Hi, during winter all of my N. glabrata...

    Hi,

    during winter all of my N. glabrata pitcher well and so I took photos of three of my clones which I want to share.

    Smallest plant approx. 15 cm high:
    ...
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    Hi, the first pure uppper pitcher looks more...

    Hi,

    the first pure uppper pitcher looks more like one would expect from N. ovata:

    http://home.arcor.de/j.danz/N_ovata_240306.jpg

    Cheers Joachim
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    Hi, judging from your pictures only the leaf...

    Hi,

    judging from your pictures only the leaf apex seems to be totally different. I don't know if this variation can occur in the same species?

    Joachim
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    Srduggins, the reason for this misbuilt growth...

    Srduggins,

    the reason for this misbuilt growth is a heavy mite infection your plant has. They live inside the growth point of the plant and couse this strange growth. Reasonable healthy plants can...
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    Hi, many thanks to all of you for your input!...

    Hi,

    many thanks to all of you for your input! I know it is one of the first upper pitchers and so the influence of the lower pitcher might be seen as Tony mentioned. I'll wait if the next ones are...
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    Hi, I got this plant as unknown cutting and...

    Hi,

    I got this plant as unknown cutting and sadly it immediately produced upper pitchers and no lower ones. I identified the lower pitchers of the mother plant as N. ovata pitchers.

    I only did...
  23. Thread: neps

    by Joachim Danz
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    Hi Robert, I think the leaf attachement to the...

    Hi Robert,

    I think the leaf attachement to the stem is not right for N. gracilis. From the picture I would also suspect this plant being a Nepenthes at all - it looks more like a Flagellaria.
    ...
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    Hi Jeff, many thanks for sharing this picture...

    Hi Jeff,

    many thanks for sharing this picture of your very nice N. villosa! Is the black colouration on t he tendril rust spot fungus?

    Cheers Joachim
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    Poll: The first Wankel engine was tested in 1957, so I...

    The first Wankel engine was tested in 1957, so I wouldn't call it "new". The NSU Ro80 from 1967 was propably the most famous car using this type of engine.

    Joachim
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