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Nepenthes are very sensitive to air humidity. Even the “modern hybrids” created for living room conditions prefer humidity in the upper range (60 - 70%), for older types even higher is necessary. The first symptom of too-dry air (and often the only one in modern breeds) is failure to grow new pitchers. We found a very trivial solution, but it needs ...


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The stuff in the pitcher, and the pitcher itself, are rotting. Given the color I'd say you gave it too much food. Stick with smaller flying insects, or better yet, a dilute fertilizer like Maxsea or Jack's, especially if it's going to be indoors. I use 1/4 tsp of Jack's All Purpose 20-20-20 to a gallon of distilled water, and fill the pitchers ~1/2 full (do ...


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