I have a large S. rubra plant that has about 6 growth points. It's in a 14 in. pot with several other sarrs and some vfts. It started out growing very fast from all six points. There are about three 2-3 inch tall pitchers from each point. On two of the points the pitchers have all gone limp. The pot is under growlights until it gets warm enough outside. The plant is getting enough water because the rest of plants in the pot are fine. About 2 weeks ago when it got up to 70 out, i moved the pot outside into the sunshine. I only left it in direct sun for 30-45 minutes because i was afraid the plants would get burnt. Could sun have caused this? There's no sign of any pests. Does anyone know what could cause this??