- Thu Jul 30, 2020 5:46 pm
Personally, I'd go with the soils produced especially for pings by places like California Carnivores, Cascade, Curious Plant or other specialist CP growers. Not saying that pings won't grow in BonsaiJack's mix but why not maximize your chances with a dedicated mix? As far as dormancy, mine get shorter hours and less water in the winter. Some care, some don't. Some go into dormancy in the winter, some in the summer, some not all, and most whenever they feel like it. Right now I've got a two headed Lautner - one head is fully carnivorous and the other looks like a pine cone. I guess I'm saying it's probably a good idea for you to go ahead and adjust your light, water and maybe temps seasonally, and maybe they'll do their thing. Or maybe they won't. I don't worry about it like I'd do for temperate pings or VFTs.
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