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    depending on how long your nep has been with you and if you have transplanted it at all it could just be in shock, if thats the case then just wait it out, they take about 6 months to get better although mine took a bit less time then that. also seeing as how its winter they do go through a longer growth period meaning they just take longer to grow, what you could do durring the summer or even now is take 1/4th strength fertilizer per gallon and just spray the leaves, not the soil, don't want that stuff tutching the roots. Do this every other week untill pitchers are being thrown out (i have an N. Alata hybrid that i did this with and had decent results)

    Happy growing
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