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    Has it put out any pitchers since the last picture update? That will help a lot.

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    Based on the leaves I agree to the probably ventricosa but it may be ventrata. Need pitchers to tell for sure
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    I am with pyro....leaves look ventricosa but hard to tell until we see a pitcher.
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    haha well there is more than one plant there haha its huge how big is that pot in diameter?
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    Dang that is a big plant!
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    Thanks for the ego boost on the size, it is in a 10" pot, and yes it is more than one plant, multiple roots.

    I haven't got it to pitcher, due to lack of humidity I think. I am trying to come up with a way to make a cheap greenhouse for it.

    But until then, its just growing new leaves and trying to shoot out pitchers but no results. Any hints/tips?

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    Once you get that greenhouse in place and it starts producing pitchers that is gonna be one spectacular clump, whatever species it is. Good luck with that greenhouse, and update us with pics if it ever starts producing those pitchers.

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    Umm, your humidity should be fine for most to at least attempt to pitcher. IMO light is your problem, you said you only use 6-8 hours of filtered light? Try using 14 - 16 hours of very bright indirect or fluorescent tube light. If you do use tube lights, hang them pretty close to the plants, sya 8 inches above. That's my tip/hint.

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