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By KategoricalKarnivore
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That is growing pretty fast. It must like your growing conditions. Congrats.
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By tannerm
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KategoricalKarnivore wrote:That is growing pretty fast. It must like your growing conditions. Congrats.
Thanks!

Max day time temp of like 85, nightly temp drop to low 60s or high 50s, high humidity and LED lighting.


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By tannerm
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mo_carnivore wrote:Wow. You are so lucky you are able to get a hamata. I envy you. :)

Is it in a grow tent, and if so, where did you get it?

Great job, and good luck!
Thanks, man it wasn't easy (took a lot of patience and hunting).

Yes, it is in a grow tent. Just a basic one from amazon (search greenhouse mad it's like the first one if memory serves).


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By tannerm
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Benurmanii wrote:Hopefully it keeps up the pace! I have noticed that the first few leaves on cuttings don't seem to produce pitchers, even though the tendrils are there.
Oh darn :/ I was getting hyped.


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tannerm wrote:
Benurmanii wrote:Hopefully it keeps up the pace! I have noticed that the first few leaves on cuttings don't seem to produce pitchers, even though the tendrils are there.
Oh darn :/ I was getting hyped.


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I'm not sure if that is something that is always true. I just noticed that a ramispina root cutting I had did not develop a full pitcher until the third leaf. One of the tendrils even extend on an earlier leaf but did not develop further. A plant that already grown a few pitchers (from a cutting) I also noticed had a few small leaves that had pitchers that never developed. I suppose you could always get lucky though!
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Benurmanii wrote:
tannerm wrote:
Benurmanii wrote:Hopefully it keeps up the pace! I have noticed that the first few leaves on cuttings don't seem to produce pitchers, even though the tendrils are there.
Oh darn :/ I was getting hyped.


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I'm not sure if that is something that is always true. I just noticed that a ramispina root cutting I had did not develop a full pitcher until the third leaf. One of the tendrils even extend on an earlier leaf but did not develop further. A plant that already grown a few pitchers (from a cutting) I also noticed had a few small leaves that had pitchers that never developed. I suppose you could always get lucky though!
I mean it makes sense. While I was waiting for my jamban (SG) to acclimate to my conditions, it grew 4 leaves with tendrils that produced little pitchers that just shriveled and died.


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By tannerm
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minimao wrote:Hey- doing well!!


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Thanks! Its coming along nicely in ~1 month.


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