Good morning Terra Forums,
I revamped my terrarium this summer, and I don't think I did it correctly, which is something I am coming to terms with gradually. I'm still figuring out how to help my plants transition successfully, if they can at all. My N. ventricosa and N. alata have bounced back beautifully, but they're pretty bomb proof, so that doesn't mean much at all.
The one I am focusing on next is my N. singalana. It pitchered well for me before (of course, when I didn't even have a thermometer in my tank and didn't give it any special treatment) but since the transition, it has not pitchered. And now- the past few leaves it has put out have a yellow leaf margin. I believe this is a sign of nutrient deficiency, so should I try foliar feeding on the leaves? Coffee through the soil? It has no pitchers, so, feeding the "normal" way is impossible.
Temps: Mid to high 70's during the day, trying to keep it more mid, but it can be tricky. It absolutely never even reaches 80. Lower sixties at night.
Humidity: 50-60% during the day, 90-100% at night
Light: A mess, haha. It is in the back of my grow chamber, and from the back to the front the bulbs are in this order- 1 T5HO, 1 T8 17 watt 5,500K, 1 T8 17 watt 10,000K, 2 T12 20 watt 6,500K, all 24" tube fluorescents.
The plant in question is roughly 5-6" from light source.
I greatly appreciate any advice anyone can give. This is a beautiful species, and I want to do all I can to give it the best conditions I can until I build a grow shelf- whenever that is.
Thank you again,