Need some advice for a failing Sarracenia hybrid....parentage unknown, but along the lines of S. leucophylla x purpurea. The plant is a mature plant that I have had for 3-4 years and has been growing fantastically over this period. It has flowered each spring and puts on good sized pitchers and has two large growth points and two smaller ones. Earlier this week I gasped as I noticed that all the pitchers from one of the growth points had collapsed and dried dead. Not browning as a pitcher senesces, but dried maintaining all colour. The pitchers also dried from the older ones to the new emerging pitchers. The new pitchers today have now started to collapse. What is this? Is it rhizome rot? And if so what causes it....fungal, bacterial? If I cut away the infected growth point can I expect the other growth point to survive? Will it spread to other plants? I am all for chemical control. I hope someone can give some advice. The plant has not been disturbed for some time. It was repotted two years ago. This plant is growing here in Auckland, NZ and so is experiencing autumnal conditions within a greenhouse.