The Swedish Television was here before 3 weeks and borow some plants from me for a Child Program. The plant on the left is a spectabilis the right one a eymae (not the true, just bought it as eymae) and a VFT B52
I gave them just easy plants because i didnt know what they do with the plants .... Here is what the moderator speak there A young viewer asked the moderator if CP´s can eat fisk. Then the moderator tell the kids that salt water fish are not good for them, but if they want to feed their plants they can use normal fish.
I dont no why they told the kids that they can feed their plants with fish, but they dont asked med before.... Nt my Problem
Post by rainforest on Mar 13, 2009 11:12:23 GMT -10
So that's where Romper Room ended up. How funny. I think it would have been more entertaining if she took off a finger and threw it in. An insect scrambling for its life well that's a natural thing that occurs in each day of a nepenthes/VFT's life. But a fish?
Now I wonder how much confusion this episode will create among CP newbies who all of a sudden start feeding their plants raw fish. The plants are well grown and people may attribute this excellent growth due to it being fed fish. I believe the fish will break down to an acidic mess that would compromise the VFT's ability to properly digest it and have a reusable trap. I would wash out the fish bits from the traps due to the potential smell that may incur if the fish hadn't dropped all the way to the bottom and may end up stuck to the sides of the pitcher.
Does anyone know how to write, "Did you have a brain tumor for breakfast?" in Swedish, so I can write to the station that produced the show. This should be posted under Freaks and Funnies, a new category.
Thanks for sharing. I hope you get your well grown plants back in one piece.
Well this wasn't what inspired me to do it... I just had a fish i didn't like and fed it to a miranda upper two days there was nothing but soup a week later sucked dry. Not trying to encourage it just giving my results, which was no harm in the end. Funny though that this circumstance happened that way though.