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By cpfan168
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I have some Utriculara growing in the same pot as my drosera capensis. This was not intentional, instead these Utrics are probably "stoaways". What I wanted to do was to transplant some of them to thier own pot. I notice that can be removed easily from the potting mix with a tweezer. My question is I simply just remove a few of them and place them in potting mix ? thanks
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50:50 peat:sand should work for most hitchhikers.

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