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    Hey Andrew, thanks for the response. I actually...

    Hey Andrew, thanks for the response. I actually went a head and bought one like that, but with the 55/64 on the other end...hoping that the faucet is actually 15/16, but I'm not sure.
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    Need help with RO/DI faucet adapter

    Hey all! It's been a while, but I need some help...

    I use the BRS 4 stage value+ RO/DI system for my water supply. The apartment I live in recently changed the faucet to one that only has inside...
  3. Hey Denise, what type of pots are the large...

    Hey Denise, what type of pots are the large ones...are they glazed on the inside too? Might want to make sure as sometimes unglazed pots, particularly if they are terracotta based, will leach nasty...
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    D. spatulata relatives and flower color

    I have what was sent to me as D. x tokaiensis and D. spatulata "Fraser Island" and I'm worried I got them mixed up label-wise since they're super similar. However, both are flowering now and from...
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    No such thing as too many pitchers! :p

    No such thing as too many pitchers! :p
  6. I prefer a mix of peat/sand for these types of...

    I prefer a mix of peat/sand for these types of plants, but at the very least I put LFS at the bottom mostly to keep it from leaking out the pots.

    I've had moderate success with subtropical Drosera...
  7. Thanks guys, I think I might wait a bit myself...

    Thanks guys, I think I might wait a bit myself just in case.
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    They don't need to be fed, but some people like...

    They don't need to be fed, but some people like the benefit of regular feeding. I personally don't put that much effort into my dews :p

    As for watering, I almost exclusively grow by the "tray...
  9. Are they as easy as N. ventricosa? ;)

    Are they as easy as N. ventricosa? ;)
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    Sorry, should have clarified that the "drinking...

    Sorry, should have clarified that the "drinking water" I was referring to distinctly has "purified by reverse osmosis filtration" (or something to that effect) on the label.
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    Depends on what plants exactly you're talking...

    Depends on what plants exactly you're talking about...

    A lot of easy growing sundews and pings can do fine in a south facing windowsill. Most soils people use are peat based, but mix in sand or...
  12. When should I start feeding Drosera seedlings?

    I have some seeds sown about a month ago that have now germinated. Some of them appear to be making carnivorous leaves, but they're clearly too small still for solid food. I have some MaxSea on the...
  13. That's a pretty common occurrence on the...

    That's a pretty common occurrence on the outskirts of town... ;)
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    Mine really only struggled when it got...

    Mine really only struggled when it got overcrowded by daughter plants. ???
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    You could still use the tank, particularly if...

    You could still use the tank, particularly if your ambient humidity is too low.

    I've found this to be a pretty decent site for a lot of the easier Drosera:
    www.growsundews.com/

    I like this one...
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    My opinion is that you're much better off just...

    My opinion is that you're much better off just starting out with everything is separate pots. Sometimes you may have to make adjustments to a single plant (e.g. pest infestation, dividing, etc.) and...
  17. The capensis and spatulata would likely be fine...

    The capensis and spatulata would likely be fine in 4" pots for a while. If Marston Dragons are like others related to binata then they can get fairly robust roots and might appreciate more depth....
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    Mine never had problems at 40-50%

    Mine never had problems at 40-50%
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    Better hope he doesn't have the taste for...

    Better hope he doesn't have the taste for cannibalism now :0o:
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    Maybe the trap had a knife :lol:

    Maybe the trap had a knife :lol:
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    I don't understand people...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxXukRkEs1c
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    Amazing Neps!

    Amazing Neps!
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    I like having these types of lights around just...

    I like having these types of lights around just in case I have to rig something last minute, but I probably wouldn't call them any more than supplemental (compared to something like a T5 fixture)...
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    Like a bird brooder lamp? Is it like one of the...

    Like a bird brooder lamp? Is it like one of the clamp-on lamps that used to be for incandescent (i.e. screw-in) bulbs?
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    I was always under the impression they needed...

    I was always under the impression they needed more light than that, but yours look great! What are temps/humidity normally like?
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