Ok I searched the boards 2 times now. I am sure I read something about this in the past, but am unable to find it now.
My pitchers aren't making any liquid in them. I'd like them to be able hold onto any food that crawls in, but with out the liquid I don't see that happening.
What are the likely causes that they aren't making juice/liquid/nectar what ever it is?
Is puting water in going to help/hurt?
I have a N. ramispina and a N. sanguinea
Both just got moved outside late last week, but hadn't done anything indoors either. The sanguinea has made a new pitcher for me, but nothing in it.
Temps have been upper 60's to low 70's during the day, Upper 40's to low 50's over night. Today is the lowest RH since they went out and it was 46% at the high temp of 71. They get some direct morning sun, then bright shade (filters through a willow tree) the rest of the day. There is about 45 minutes that they get some direct afternoon sun before it passes to behind the house.