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    What's wrong with my S. " Judith Hindle"

    It's putting out short deformed pitchers
    see here http://s1110.photobucket.com/albums/h443/cpsammich/
    Does it have mites (I don't see any?)

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    you havent told us anything about your conditions. chances are good that the plant isnt receiving enough light....
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    It's on the porch getting 11 plus hours a day
    The rest of the sarras looks fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpsammich View Post
    It's on the porch getting 11 plus hours a day
    The rest of the sarras looks fine
    I doubt that..are you saying your plants get FULL and direct sunlight every hour of the day from sunrise to sunset? in the CP hobby, when we ask "how many hours of sunlight" we mean how many hours of *direct* sun, where the sun is shining right on them..not how many hours the sun happens to be in the sky!

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    Lol shut up
    I would think at least nine
    They are growing next to some succulents that need full sun and my D. intermedia is bright red
    It's just Judith that's messed up

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    Twisted pitchers like that are usually a sign of insects that suck (literally) - aphids, mealy bugs, scale, thrips, or mites. Thrips and mites are difficult to spot because of their size. Thrips can spent part of their life cycle actually within the plant tissue making it more difficult to spot them.

    Insufficient watering can lead to twisting of the pitchers too.

    Barring watering problems I'd take a magnifying glass and scrutinize your plant more closely for pests. Spider mites can be no larger than the size of the period mark on your screen.
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