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By MaxVft
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Hello all,
I took the roots off a dead Drosera Adelae and put them in a peat/sand mix which I then put into a ziploc bag. 3 weeks later and I see something green(def not algae)that looks something like a tiny asparagus end. Here is a pic for clarification:
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Is it a baby adelae, or am I wrong and it is just algae? I will be updating you guys as it gets bigger.
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By ChefDean
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Joined:  Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:44 am
Hmm, tough one. Could be a strike, could be moss being resurrected.
Keep it moist and in some decent light, time will tell.

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