After all the research I've done and questions I've asked, I have a good idea of how to do leaf pullings properly, but the last part, "planting" them, has a gray area I'm hoping someone can help with. I have two main questions...
I used newly-opened traps to make both pullings off of TC flytraps that I'm over-wintering under fluorescent lights.
I laid the leaf on the soil and covered most of the white part with a few pinches of soil so that it's buried, albeit lightly.
1. Is that correct, or are you supposed to cover it a bit with soil but leave some of the white part of the leaf-end exposed to the light?
2. Now that it's planted, all you have to do is keep the soil around the white part of the leaf wet (daily spray bottle)? Or just damp?
Below is a photo of what I did tonight - the red highlight shows where the white part of the leaf is under about 2-3mm of soil.