Good afternoon y'all
Lately, my new Nepenthes thorelli X TM "8 of clubs" has been showing some very disturbing signs which I immediately recognized. For those that do not know, a few months ago I moved my vent X TM into a cooler environment to grow faster. The plant didn't like the drastic change and started to abandon its shoot. Luckily, the plant had a dormant basal bud and nearly escaped death. Now it appears that the same thing is happening to my thorelli TM hybrid. Judging on the leaf sizes its clear that this HL hybrid was grown in the wrong type of environment (lowland) before I obtained it. Heres a (not so good) pic of the rapidly deteriorating leaves.
(notice the blackening tendril line)
I really don't want to go through another near-death experience like with my N. vent X TM, especially since these are nice hybrids. Anyone got any ideas how I can allow the plant to safely adapt? Right now it has two active basals, but I am not sure if they would survive by judging the blackish appearance of what remains on the N. ventricosa X TM's main shoot. I have allowed many Nepenthes to adapt to humidity and light levels, but I've never dealer with something like this.
Edit: the plant is in a typical highland environment with an average 70% humidity (shouldn't be humidity problems...the leaves look hardy to me!)