I'm sure some of you remember my "ventricosa bush" as I liked to call it, but recently I have had to take drastic measures...
This is what it used to look like. But even in this photo you can see the tiny problem that I too overlooked.
After trimming the plant back to one growing point hoping that the plant would be able to better fight off whatever this is, it still has been declining.
As you can see the undersides of the leaves have been attacked by something. I am not sure whether this is a fungus or perhaps a mite problem. Either way, I have sulfur and Neem Oil at my near disposal and I am wondering which would be best to use.
I have seen similar splotches on some of my other plants and after a treatment of sulfur it had all been eliminated (so I thought). But for this to randomly appear on one of my other plants and with such force as to cause some leaf malformations I wonder if I have another problem.
Whichever treatment is deemed best I plan on applying to all my other plants as well (a few other Nepenthes and several orchids including vanilla).
Any help would be greatly appreciated and all trades of mine have been postponed until I can treat this problem.