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By CpKid
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Wow man, you're spoiling your fly traps! :) You should probably try to match the Photoperiod to that of the outdoors, maybe around 11 hours. I'm not an expert, but if they're happy, they should look good, and be growing relatively quickly. Hope this helps.
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By That one plant boi
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Ok, cool! Glad to know the light source is good! Also I have the light on for about twelve hours.

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By _-SphagnumFromHell-_
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As long as the light is strong enough they'll be happy for a little while, but remember they're dormancy requirements. You can use the fridge method to give your plants the dormancy they need.
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By That one plant boi
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_-SphagnumFromHell-_ wrote:As long as the light is strong enough they'll be happy for a little while, but remember they're dormancy requirements. You can use the fridge method to give your plants the dormancy they need.
Yes, I have kept that in mind. This is only temporary. I will make sure they're able to go through dormancy when the time comes.

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