I'm freaking out...
Last week I found the cottony "growth" on my S. rubra and isolated the plant. Now I'm finding the little ***** on my N. ventricosa (pitchers only it seems), D. 'pretty rosette' (flower stalk) and the VFT (in and out of the traps). They've also since been isolated.
I'm super confused as to what is the best angle of attack to take. I was originally told 70% rubbing alcohol, but I've also read adding in dish detergent. From a search on TF here I've seen various pesticides recommended however I've NEVER had to use any so I'm a bit hesitant. Also, in my area it will be probably be impossible to find anything unless Walmart would carry it out of season.
I've also seen it suggested that submerging the crown completely may take care of the ones hiding within the roots and soil. I uprooted everything and I cannot find any in the media, granted that doesn't mean they aren't there. I'm worried that re-potting will just transfer them over.
Again, I'm super worried that if I don't stop this soon my entire collection will be infected. So far the plants are still growing well, which I've read isn't out of the ordinary for minor infections. But I don't want it to get any worse.