Yes, indeed, the one with the uncreative name has returned, with yet another question. (I have so many questions. )
I'm sure all of you (or most of you) are familiar with the "leaf pulling" procedure for Venus flytraps: dig up the plant, pull down an outside leaf with some white base, plant, wait, get new plant, celebrate, blah, blah, blah. However, I recently picked up a Nepenthes fusca (which I haven't killed yet, huzzah) which I have potted. While unwrapping my bareroot plant, this question hit me:
Can you take leaf pullings with Nepenthes plants, and if so, how should it be done?
This is one of my more mad-scientist questions, sort of like me trying to take a leaf cutting from my flytrap (which was a failure), but I'd really like to know if anyone has attempted this before, and if they had any success. I appreciate any personal anecdotes, research results, opinions, facts, etc., etc., etc. on this subject, and thank you all in advance!
(Note: Five-minute formality period has ended. )