I put the four Drosophyllum in the 10" pots (25cm external - 22cm internal) into an outside grow tent at the start of last weekend and today decided to change the cover as the old one had lost most of the plastic from the top and was merely serving as a net to keep off birds. The Drosophyllum therefore were being rained on which wasn't helping them feeding and putting on a bit more size before the weather gets too cold. Now wouldn't things be much better if retail outlets kept things the same on their own brands. The new cover was a bit bigger than the old one, by several inches , so I spent a jolly time wiring it up so it fitted a little better. A fold here, a tuck there I was beginning to feel like a plastic surgeon. At least it was bigger and not smaller I suppose. Anyway the new cover is on, the slug electric barriers are activated although I'm not too satisfied with the jumble of wires in the middle of the four pots. I'll have to work out something to make that area clearer. I'll possibly add on extra tabs around the pots and make some shorter connectors.
I didn't know they stocked replacement covers , I was told for the propagators I use the covers cost similar to a new unit so weren't worth replacing, what make is it Fred if you don't mind sharing, I replace mine every couple of years as the UV turns the platic into the weakest material known to man
friend, I'm wrong and germinating in disposable glass of 200ml. q think qdo have a 6 or 8 leaves, I can replant in the final vessel cutting the bottom of the glass? 45 days, but occur from riz grow much