I want to move my N. ventrata cutting (thank you gill_za) that is making its first pitcher since I got it about 3 months ago from under the shop lights (two 40-watt cool white bulbs) to across the room, maybe 8-10 feet away, to hang in a south-facing window that gets bright light all day in order to free up space for other plants. It has been cloudy most of the time lately, but still bright light. My N. clipeata x eymae hybred is doing great in that window and forming pitchers also. In summer, they will get direct sun in the morning and indirect sunlight in the afternoon.
My question is will moving the N. ventrata across the room out from under the shop lights cause it to stop pitchering and the pitcher it is forming to stop growing? I have heard that some neps do not like to be moved at all, but don't know about the ventrata. This is my first year growing nepenthes, so any advice welcome.