Hoping this thread doesn't start drama. Just thought I'd show my success with growing neps in constant, "deep", standing water.
I have however noticed a few downfalls. Such as the plants developing HUGE root systems along with accelerated basal production. As far as perks, once I adopted this growing method I had a HUGE increase in humidity and healthy pitcher development. Prior to this I had a hell of a time getting any respectable sized pitchers. I chalked it up to a lack of "real" humidity. In any case, this works..
Media: 5:4:3:1 Orchid bark, charcoal, large chunk perlite, LFS.. with a live LFS top dressing on everything but some veitchii stuff. They seem to do better without it.
Starting with just the small neps today. I'll get some pics added later on of the larger ones.