Many of you folks may have been lucky enough to recieve some of the Nepenthes ventricosa (typical x red) seed from Hamish, via Trent and Michelle Meeks in the US. I have been generous to put together "Nepenthes in 9 pictures" to help the other people out in sowing their Nepenthes seed.
Get your seed and LABEL it.
Get a large shallow flat that isdrained. I used a flat with an undrained flat underneath to keep the moss in the mesh flat.
Get some sphagnum moss (no cheapie stuff, use the good stuff) and crunch it all up with your hands or a blender/scissors/etc. And watch the dust, avoid breathing it in.
Wet your moss and spread it throughout the flat, don't compact it with your hand, just make sure it is spread around. Compacting a seedling mix, esp. for a Nepenthes is a big no-no.
Open your seed packet so it is easily accessable.
Using your fingers (DRY) gently dispurse the seed around the moss flat.
Avoid these types of "clumps".
Give them babies some water! Mist mist and mist! Doing this also ensures good seed-moss contact.
Stick your label there and try to use bottom heat, I used my greenhouse heater, no sense in wasting that heat after it shuts off!