Well, after several false starts and stupid mistakes, I got an N. tobaica several months ago, and it's been doing very well. In fact, it's been doing a bit *too* well. Quite a while ago, the growing point just spontaneously died, and as a result at least 4 new ones formed, and all have been going crazy. It's best to just show you all what I mean:
I've over-fed a few pitchers, but generally it's flourishing. The length of stem between the leaves has been increasing, which I gather means it's vining. Which brings me to my question:
a) cut it back, and try to root the cuttings or
b) leave it be and move it to a bigger tank with things for the vines to grip?
Any advice? In the case of the former, I've never done cuttings with Neps before, though I picked this species both for it's ease of cultivation and ease of propagation via cuttings.