So, I usually keep my Mexican Ping trays very shallowly wet constantly, because I don't generally get dormancy with most of my plants. But I haven't been watering as regularly as usual since I broke my leg, and last week I moved many plants into a dark room where there were no plant lights for a day or so. As a result, one or two of my Pings appears to be entering dormancy - P. ehlersiae and perhaps P. jaumavensis x debbertiana. The leaves have become slightly smaller in the crown and are folding in so that the glandular surface is diminished. Do they need to be removed from the wet tray until they start producing carnivorous leaves again?