I moved one of my little cephs, about the size of a quarter, which I started from a leaf cutting about a year ago from my terrarium to a windowsill a little over a month ago to see if I can grow this plant this way.
It was growing good, but about a week ago I noticed what looked to be very small white fuzz on a leaf or 2 and pitcher. I thought this to be fungus. I mixed some fungicide, 3336 i think, used a qtip to apply to the affected areas. I looked close again a day or 2 later. There is still some of the white fuzz. I applied more. I left drops on the plant. The plant looks like it did not enjoy that.
The white fuzz still looks like it is there. I'm going to just let it be and see what happens, unless someone has a good idea how to get rid of it.
I'm not sure why it would get the white fuzz. Most likely, less humidity, more air movement, and direct sunlight part of the day. The others I have growing in the terrarium have never gotten this white fuzz. If the plant passes away, it makes me a little afraid to move another one to the windowsill. I want to do this to get deep red pitchers on one of my cephs.