There's been a lot of questions regarding fridge dormancy for those of us that do not have access to a garage or shed and live in zones not fit for outside dormancy.
There are different methods, this is simply mine. I have had tremendous success using it and hope that those of you that chose to use it do as well.
Please feel free to comment and ask questions!
Individually Labeled Ziplock bags
Empty clean bucket
Sulfur based Fungicide
Clean RO/DI or rain water
1) Fill bucket halfway with water (approximately 1 gallon)
2) Add 2 cups of sulfur based fungicide
3) Add 4 - 5 tablespoons of Neem oil
4) Add bale of sphagnum peat moss to the mix and hand mix thoroughly
5) Select your plant (make sure pre-dormancy has properly occured in your location i.e. slow to stopped growth and natural pitcher death due to change of seasons. Usually occurs after night time temperatures drop below freezing a couple times.)
6) Carefully dig up the plant entirely, making sure to get as much root system as possible.
7) Trim dead/ discolored pitchers and any trapped prey from the plant by cutting below the pit line of the trap. Be sure to leave phyllodia on the plant.
8) Grab a handful of the soaking sphagnum moss and wring out excess water. The media should be moist, not wet. Place into ziplock bag than place roots of the plant into the sphagnum.
9) Spray all of the plant and media with neem oil and consan20 generously.
10) Place in fridge for ~ 3 months or until night time spring temperatures continuously stay above freezing.
11) MOST IMPORTANTLY: Check regularly on the plants at least monthly by inspecting the rhizome and leaves for mold or other infestations. Re-apply neem and/or consan20 as needed.
Rubbing alchohol and Hydrogen Peroxide are also acceptable but do not work as well as fungicides IMO. Application to the leaves via Q-tip is acceptable and preferred as large amounts of alcohol can be fatal.
NOTE: DO NOT use Consan 20 on Drosera species!
Flash Forward 3 months, repot and divide as desired and watch for new growth! Do not trim phyllodia, however trim old pitcher stumps back if desired.