Date: Tue, 20 Jul 99 22:45 EDT From: Dave Evans <T442119@RUTADMIN.RUTGERS.EDU> To: email@example.com Message-Id: <aabcdefg2644$foo@default> Subject: Re: Problems with Ibicella lutea.
> but soon after their germination a part of their stems (very close to the
> first leaves) shrunk and became dark. Of course they died.
> I did not remove the plastic cover from the pot. So it could not have
> been caused because of the lower humidity. I did not treat them with
> They did not germinate at the same time but the same "strange" thing
> happened to all of them. I am going to buy some new seeds and I do not want
> to lose them.
It sounds like they died of dampoff. I do not think you should
cover these plants. While this plant is a Sundew, it is not a CP and
should not be treated as such. Try growing them more like tomatoes
instead of like Drosera or Nepenthes.
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