Some of my new Cephalotus pitchers are developing with some white sediment looking material on them. It almost looks like a calcium deposit but the water I'm using is distilled so this cant be it. Is this normal of new pitchers or is it some fungus due to lack of circulation of air?
I'll post a picture later tonight unless someone knows exactly what I'm referring to. Hopefully some of you more experienced Ceph growers can give me a hand. Thanks!
Here are a few close ups of the developing pitchers and a leaf tucked in the middle, looks like a lack of air circulation seems to be the problem but I'm uncertain.
I sprayed with diluted Consan20 on a test pitcher but it looks like it did more harm then good : /
And I dont think I'm keeping the soil too wet either, though at night I place the pot in an enclosed aquarium with 3 frozen water bottles to bring down the temps to around 65F. Higher RH and no air circulation since the aquarium is enclosed
And using this link as a comparison, http://www.aqph26.dsl.pipex.com/Reso...h-botrytis.jpg , it didnt look like Botrytis though I could very well be wrong since the right conditions seem to be there.