Hello fellow TFers.
A few months ago I recieved a small (2 1/2") N. bicalcarata along with a few other lowland Neps. For the first few weeks, it was growing vigorously, and during that time it pumped out two new, huge leaves. On the first day I got it I gave it a diluted coffee treatment, and that really seemed to help. About two months later I gave it another, more concentrated coffee treatment (I know, that's too much coffee, but I didn't know that when I gave it them) and it was still doing fine. Then one day I came home from school and the leaves of all my Neps were slightly wilted because I forgot to water them. I immediately watered them with distilled water and the next day they were all fine and growing again. Except the N. bicalcarata. It has shown no growth whatsoever. Until now, it's just, well, stuck. Last night I came to the conclusion that the soil might be the problem (I thought the fungus gnats were causing the problem) or that it was root-bound, so I unpotted it and placed into a new media of 50-50 LFS/Perlite. I didn't see any traces of infestation in the previous soil, so I had to rule out the fungus gnats. It had a very small root system. What I do not understand is why all of my other lowland Neps are doing fine except for the N. bicalcarata. All that has changed since the day I forgot to water them is that the pitchers blacked and one of the leaves browned.
I have included some pics below if they're any help (if I can manage to get them on) Sorry for the bad quality. THanks to anyone who replies