I have the problem of my plants pigging out and overeating to the point where the pitchers rot. There is also a type of wasp here that can chew its was out of the base of the picher, destroying it in the process. This season, I am following the suggestion of my wife (!!![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img] who suggested that I stuff their mouths with cotton balls.
Well, I'll be darned, it's working great! All the pitchers are beautiful at last with no ugly rotting spots. Later in the season I will remove the cotton selectively after making sure the pitchers have water in them so the prey promptly drowns.
Thought I would pass this on in case others have the same problems.