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    I think my N. sanguinea "orange pitchers" has rust spots.

    What causes it?

    How do I get rid of them?

    I'm almost positive these are rust spots... I'd like to get rid of them.
    If a picture is necessary then I can get one.
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    Sound like leafburns...I have it on my old truncata leaves to..but they disappear on the new ones.

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    Noooo, that's not FFXII. That's FFVII Advent Children. I just watched it!!!

    Words cannot describe how good of a movie that is...
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    thats a movie? I thought it was a game :P
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    Lol! Nope.

    Anyways, my sanguinea will heal after a while right? I can't think of any reason to dismiss the idea of leaf burn so I guess that's what it is. If it's not that bad of a problem then I guess I don't have to worry about it, so...thanks!
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    Well you could have put it a little shadeir...But i think it will be fine...watch the new leaves..
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    The news leaves are the color they're supposed to be. Then they kind of turn yellow.... I gotta think of a shadier spot to put it in...
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    Spots on leaves are caused by numerous things, a picture is needed to have any idea of what we're talking about. Large irregular spots are often due to environmental damage: sunburn, rubbing against something, insect damage etc. Round spots can be caused by certain environmental factors (such a too cool conditions for lowlanders) but also by fungal infections and other pathogens.

    I would tend to doubt that it's sun damage, unless it is a plant that has been grown in low light conditions that has been moved to a brighter position. As most Nepenthes will grow happily in full sun.

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