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Fieldofscreams wrote:What do you mean you were moving him around?We would put him in the back yard in the morning when the sun came up. Then we put him in the front yard around 1 pm when the sun was in the front of the house, then bringing him in at night. So now I just have him in the back yard where he gets the direct morning sun, but we just leave him outside all the time now.
Benurmanii wrote:I noticed you mentioned that you would mist the media when the moss seeded dry. My guess is that this was not actually getting enough of the media inside the pot wet, and he has been growing a little too much on the dry side.I set him in a bowl of distilled water for about 30 minutes a day in addition to spraying him
Fly Trap Hunter wrote:I know you are already leaving Chompy outside... I can see why you would bring Chompy in at night. He/she is a part of the family. But plants rely on the sun to communicate with it. It gets really confused when we mess with the light. Its like jetlag for plants. you can grow inside with grow lights and completely flip the sunlight hours, have your plants grow at night and not regular daytime. But you would still have to keep it at a natural sunlight setting with a timer. 12 hr day/ 12 hr night or something normal and consistent. We are all still learning.He is part of the family, so I hate to think about him all alone outside in the dark. But it is still warm and he's protected. I'm so bad with plants. His friend Cho II died the other day. I made the mistake of thinking Cho II needed to go outside and get some sun, and he got sunburned. (He was a Kalancho). But in all seriousness, I really want to keep Chompy alive so I'm looking into getting a plant light and just keeping him inside.
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