So this is my oldest sundew pot. I've had it for 4 years (and 1 month), and it's grown, died back, spread to all my other pots, etc etc.
Most recently it's been... really bad. Everything turning black, new growth tortured, etc etc. I assumed it was bad lighting, as the problems are appearing on other plants as well -- basically, everything's died back and sent up "low light" leaves.
I was watering them today (about a day and a half late, they were getting dry) and noticed itty bitty bugs jumping on the water after I flooded the pot. I decided to flush the pot out by putting it in the sink and pouring water over it until it spilled over, then tipped the pot on it's side to wash the rest of the bugs out.
Any idea what type they are? Do I need to panic? I have some Neem Oil based pesticide -- it's Schults "Garden Safe" Fungicide -- Fungicide, Insecticide, and Miticide. I've never tried it on my CP, as it says it's "0.9% Neem Oil" and "99.1% other ingredients", wasn't sure it was CP Safe.
This stuff -- I got the spray, not the concentrate: http://www.amazon.com/Garden-Safe-10.../dp/B000JETF1M
Should I consider repotting everything? Spraying a test plant with that spray? Curling up into a ball and freaking out?