I live in central Texas where winters give temps ranging from 20s on the colder days and the 40s and 50s on average. Last night it got near freezing and today it will get near 70. I'm overwintering my plants outside and providing protection on the coldest nights. Since they get good air circulation and natural light would i need to apply fungicide as a preventative measure or just apply it if the plants show signs of fungus? Also, would it seem like im on the right track for a successful dormancy from the given information above? My plants have TONS of little traps and the larger ones are dieing off... but now with the little traps it seems to be about twice(or more) the total diameter and half the height as a month ago with the big traps. In addition, all summer the traps got lots of texas sun but stayed green but now that its getting colder the older traps are turning red inside and begin dying off a week or two later. Are the size and color changes part of their normal cycle or is there something i'm missing? Thanks.