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By ps3isawesome
Posts:  981
Joined:  Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:09 pm
#250424
So this isn't an issue for all of my droseras. I noticed certain kinds won't curls or produce enzyme before the rehydrated bloodworms dries out.

Does this mean the food I provided isn't being efficiently used? Should I consider spraying them with Maxsea?

Thanks!

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By w03
Posts:  393
Joined:  Tue Jul 15, 2014 12:46 am
#250447
Another easy way is just to mix up some Maxsea or other suitable water-soluble fertilizer and spray it on the leaves. Works great for pings and Byblis too. Make sure not to get it into the soil though, or you'll have algae.
By jwalker
Posts:  419
Joined:  Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:39 pm
#250451
I mean I use the worm water the worms were in I also smash them up as best I can so the water had all the nutrients in it the drop the water on the leaves I've never dehydrate my werms to use them I always used them dry
By katya_dog1
Posts:  2412
Joined:  Sat Aug 09, 2014 1:45 pm
#250454
That happens to my Drosera as well. So I just use MaxSea as my only fertilizer. I suspect misting with regular water would work too.
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