I have recently learnt that my nepenthes didn't succumb to black spot, I discovered that they were nectar glands. hehe. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_l_32.gif[/img]. Thanks to some helpful individuals. *Shows how much I don't know...yet.
It has thrived in a lowland tank setup. I am moving this lowland nepenthes to its own enclosure as it is outgrowing the tank very quickly and producing very large pitchers. Before it was moved I used four fluoros to grow it. I would like to know wether this plant can still grow + pitcher just as good under two fluoros (one being a sylvania growlux and the other a powerglo and with 80% humiditiy all round?
N. bicalcarata pitcher