Hey guys! It's been a while since I've posted anything but I was wondering if you guys could help me diagnose the problem with my 'young' nepenthes sanguinea.
This is a photo of my sanguinea before it got into the condition it is in now:
Here is what my plant looks like now:
As you can see from the photos, my sanguinea is producing dry, almost dead-looking leaves. Currently, I have it with the rest of my nepenthes on my grow shelf but have since moved it towards a more shadier part of it since I thought it was getting too much light. Also, I have had it in Jeff and Jacob's "nepenthes soil mix" but have since moved it into a 1:1 mix of peat moss and perlite as I thought it might need a more moist soil. I am not, however, watering it any more than I am with my other neps (about once-twice a week). Also, this has been going on for a while now.
Do you guys have any idea what I am doing wrong, or is this some sort of disease? All of my other neps are doing great and I am only having a problem with just this one plant.
PLEASE leave your suggestions and/or advice as I have no idea.