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By kurichar
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Joined:  Mon May 07, 2018 8:15 pm
Hey guys, i've recently sowed some seeds of various cp's.
some of the nepenthes i sowed in some moist dry sphagnum moss, and closed in a container.
i've been peeping sometimes inside the box to see if its all good moist and humid, and noticed something that might look like mold.
could you guys help me identify what the hell is that? and what should i do.

those things are not on any part of any plant. it seems like those are debris


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By nimbulan
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Joined:  Fri Feb 28, 2014 9:03 pm
Looks like fungus growing in some random debris that was mixed in with your LFS. I try to get as much of that stuff out as I can, but I never have fungus grow on what's left. You might try to get a bit more air flow in there to combat it.

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