Okay, people have had extremely great success with milk, and good success with fertilizer. I got some 7-8-6 Orchid Fertilizer waiting for me at the post office tomorrow. What if someone (me) were to take 1% lowfat milk and orchid fertilizer and put it in a gallon of distilled water and then foliar fed it to the leaves of the Nepenthes? Would the milk rot the leaves even if only used as a 1/2 teaspoon or 1/4 teaspoon? Leave me some comments! I'll have the fertilizer tomorrow, I can then put it in the 1 gallon of distilled water, spray it on my Neps on the bottom rack (I'm not paying attention to them, all of them but one seems to be doing fine, no pitchers though. Slow growth. They're right next to the lights. Humidity maybe? The one not doing so well has like 3 or 4 wilted brown leaves, but like 1-2 green ones and slow new growth coming in) and I could spray one of the Neps with the basic fertilizer, then add 1/4 teaspoon of milk with the 1/4 or 1/3 teaspoon of Orchid fertilizer using a different gallon of water (I got like a dozen... so...) and see how this fairs!
Other than the leaf possibly rotting, which I don't see happening, due to how extremely dilute the milk would be. Another thing is the water 'going bad', but again, it is so extremely dilute. I guess I'd either have to use it all, or smell it before using it! Lol. One little thing thats puzzled me, do the Nepenthes absorb the liquid through pores in their leaves or something? I don't know, I kind of feel dumb for suggesting this, or it's an obvious no-no... so sorry!