Yes, indeed, the one with the uncreative name has returned, with yet another question. (I have so many questions. )
If you've checked out my photo thread at all, you would know that my poor little Nepenthes fusca is unfortunately pitcherless. I know that this is a sign that something is anomalous, but it's also a very general symptom and nothing can be diagnosed just with the pitcherless status. As such I have decided to give you my plant's vitals:
Light. Moderate-high; all day under two fluorescent bulbs about two and three quarters feet above the plant, weakened by the terrarium it's in.
Water. The soil is kept damp at all times.
Media. A 1:1 mix of peat and sand.
Humidity. Hovering around 90%.
Circulation. Little to none; the terrarium has an opening in the top (which I have kept closed to keep the humidity high) and several small holes on each side.
Temperature. Never above room temperature.
Food. No feeding at all.
Age. Two months with me.
Ailments. About two weeks ago it received mild sunburn, which, unfortunately, has advanced more than is shown in this picture:
I think that covers everything. If any of you find any flaws in my growing, please notify me! I greatly appreciate it, along with any personal anecdotes, research, facts, opinions, blah blah blah that you would like to share!
(End of five-minute formality. )