- Sat Sep 05, 2020 5:01 am
I also do the Omega One bloodworms. I've used them on virtually everything outside of Sarracenia because I never had to. VFTs, Neps, Cephalotus, Drosera, Byblis. I haven't had any real issues. However, I've dusted them to make a more compact "concentrate" of nutrients and when I've fed the traps, they've sat on it for a long time. Some have gone black over time and some do not open back up (At least that I noticed).
I haven't sprayed Maxsea on VFT seedlings (actually planning on doing that next week). Personally I plan to use 1/2 tsp per gallon. I'll typically test it out on a leaf with a small brush to see where I'm at with concentration because worst case it'll burn out the leaf. Honestly though, I've had no troubles fertilizing Maxsea on VFTs even upwards of once a week at that dilution. Wouldn't recommend that for everyone though because people have their own measures for spraying CPs lol. I would say my sprays end up being half of what people typically do. I don't usually have runoff on my plants (Sarracenia and Neps I will go harder on). I personally believe a frequent supply of lower dosages would be more effective than a large supply in one go.
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