Hey guys! I know its been a reallllly long time since my last post. I've been busy working all summer and my first semester of college has been crazy! Anyways, I am coming to you guys to see if you can help me out with taking some Nepenthes cuttings. The nep in question is a massive N. ventrata (or I believe it's a ventrata) with some vines that are spreading all over the place. The plant is located in the University of Kentucky Horticulture Club's greenhouse, which I am a member of. We have a few species of carnivores and I can tell they've been neglected for quite a few years. The neps in particular are in a desperate need of a cleanup plus repotting, and while doing so I really want to try to take some cuttings so we can get some plants to sell and educate the people who come to our greenhouse sales. So, my question falls to which would be the best method to take cuttings. I've heard that cutting lengths need to be anywhere between 2 to 4 nodes, and that only the green non-woody stems can be used. I would also like to hear everyones prefered methods for rooting cuttings.