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    Aww nice jacq! Looks like mine did before I made it angry and it lost all its pitchers

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    Quote Originally Posted by rattler View Post
    nope, had mine about 16 months....no pitchers.....
    What were the Temps and humidity?
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    75 days, 60-65 nights, humidity over 60%.......macrophylla, burbidgeae, and flava have been growing happily beside it for the same length of time......
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    in my experience...if undisturbed...jacqs are pretty easy to pitcher. Only time it stopped pitchering and started getting some heat spots on leaves is when as i already mentioned, the temperatures rose. But once I removed the extra light...it started settling in and from the next leaf on, continued pitcher growth.

    good luck Exo. You should be able to grow it well dude. My plant was a quarter the size of yours when I got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vraev View Post
    in my experience...if undisturbed...jacqs are pretty easy to pitcher. Only time it stopped pitchering and started getting some heat spots on leaves is when as i already mentioned, the temperatures rose. But once I removed the extra light...it started settling in and from the next leaf on, continued pitcher growth.

    good luck Exo. You should be able to grow it well dude. My plant was a quarter the size of yours when I got it.
    I know that having a larger plant is a definite plus, and heat shouldn't be an issue since durring this time of year my chamber is pretty cool.

    So far almost all of my neps are doing well in my care, so here's hoping that this one follows their lead.
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    Mine has proven tricky also. It didn't pitcher for many, many months for reasons unknown. Then in the last month it opened three nice pitchers. I'm hoping it's a sign of things to come. Standard highland conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightsky View Post
    Mine has proven tricky also. It didn't pitcher for many, many months for reasons unknown. Then in the last month it opened three nice pitchers. I'm hoping it's a sign of things to come. Standard highland conditions.
    What do you mean by "standard" highland conditions?
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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