Zoey, if you haven't done it already, make sure you REALLY REALLY dilute the fertiliser.
I wouldn't risk using it at all though - bugs are fertiliser for flytraps. Their roots are unlike other plants and are not designed to take up nutrients.
I agree with alvin, if to use it, you should really dilute the strenght down. However, it is best to avoid using it if you have not done it before. As I said before, doing things like this is likely to kill a few plants if not experience in doing so.
Here is what Peter emailed me on this topic.
Hi There: Yes, apply foliarly 1/4 strength, about once monthly should be
fine, but insects occasionally are even better, or at least should be supplemental. Seeya. Peter
I am going to try it on one of my plants.
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I've seen Peter's collection of plants, and thus would take what he says seriously. Nobody knows everything about everything, and he, like everyone, can make mistakes. But I've found his book to be of incredible help, and his vft's look fabulous in person.
Having said that, I would still go find a bug and give it to the vft. I took special delight the other night in killing a mosquito and giving it to a hungry trap. They don't need that much in the way of bugs. In other words, you don't need to feed every trap. If one trap has a bug at any given time, that's plenty.
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