The Pinguicula moranensis mean while is doing great!
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mo_carnivore wrote:Could we see a couple more pictures, especially of the entire plant? For Drosera, cephalotus, and heliamphora, there is almost no such thing as too much light, so they might just be getting used to their new conditions. Again, more pictures would help though.
nimbulan wrote:How long have the plants been under those lights?Two months
nimbulan wrote:I think you may not have enough light in there. The sundew is growing like it's light-starved and I don't see much color on anything else.Are you sure? The butterwort is developing a deep pink on its new leaves and the spag moss around the base of the plant it also turning black.
boarderlib wrote:I agree with nimbulan about the low light levels. That combined with high humidity will lead to the rot conditions like sundewwolf mentioned. A high light heterodoxa will turn deep red through the whole body of the pitcher. That one has very little color to it.I appreciate the responses. I turned up the timer on the light from 12 hours to 15 hours. I'll post updates if I notice any changes.
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spruill771 wrote: ↑Wed Jun 27, 2018 1:26 pm I turned up the timer on the light from 12 hours to 15 hours. I'll post updates if I notice any changes.I don't think it's a problem of how long the photoperiod is but how much light they're getting (brightness, light wattage, lux, however you want to think of it). If you can up the brightness on the lights, as well as extending the amount of time those lights are on, that might help.
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