Hello Carnivorous world!
I need this time your help!
I have already an idea...but not all is totally clear to me.
So...I went on holidays for 18 days and when I returned I realized that the dead had blow over my poor plants! *
3 Dead plants : 1 villosa , 1 Inermis Clone B and a Tentaculata.
I will keep those plants outside and I will act as they would be alive because I believe that only the arial plant is dead....maybe the roots are quite alive. I will tell you.
Now let's come to the point :
ITALY had a very HOT summer this year...african anticiclon brough really record temperatures in Italy near to 40 celcius!
So now I have some plants that are more weak and has been attacked by some fungi...at least I think this.Since this is my first time with so many problems I post you the photos:
Here my truncata highland ( I had the same problem last year but more more worse and I just gave here better growing conditions with lower temperatures and I used on it an insecticide acaricide.Just this...nothing for FUNGI.The plant gave me good reactions but for 9 months I had premature opening pitchers.By the way ( the plant gave me a very little deformed pitcher of 3 cm after a very big one of 23...)
This is now actual condition:
This is my actual situation of my lowland truncata in terrarium :
My sanguinea that is indoor behind a window with morning sunlight.In this case only the leafes in direct touch of the sun rays were so brown. But is also a fungi the upper part of the plant?