I have for giveaway some packets of Drosera Capensis typical seeds. If you want some, put your name on the list then PM me for the address you'll send the SASE to. Each packet contains about this much seed:
USA only please
I have 19 packets to giveaway.
The plant pictured is in its own tray along with some binata leaf cutting plantlets, their soil is the same and those arent having any problems now that I started paying attention to them. I had actually just repotted this plant from its nasty old soil awhile ago, the old silica sand I had been...
I've heard otherwise, and from experience, the mix seems to make my plants much more colorful as compared when I used only cool bulbs. I really highly doubt this problem is from lack of light, or lack of "photosynthesizable" light.
The bulbs I'm using are 2 6500k and 2 3500k. Separated evenly...
Nope, no bug in the traps that do this. No white fuzzy spots. Not stagnant air, i get good circulation. Possibly could be low humidity, but my other upright species are doing perfectly fine, its only the capes. They dont even do this all of the time, it seems to have fits, where every leaf it...
Recently this little problem has started again. On my cape sundews that are overall doing good (flowering prolifically, nice coloration etc...) they occasionally send up leaves that fold up or twist on themselves. Instead of having to "unhinge" one fold in the leaf at the transition point...
If I were you I'd just leave them be until they get settled into their new home. Dividing them isnt necessary as their health isnt adversely affected by overcrowding. Imo, they actually look a little better if they're crowded. See mine, doing fine growing side by side.