Joined: Tue Oct 11, 2022 9:45 pm
I was wondering if it'd be okay to stick my pitchers outside to help with pitcher growth. According to a cheap $14 thermometer and humidity meter it says gets around 70-72 degree Fahrenheit (even though the apartment thermometer says it has gotten up to 75 degrees when I'm not home) and 60-94% humidity around the Nepenthes. They're all highlanders/intermediate.
It doesn't get too humid where I am, but the tray method helps with that and this week it'll be in the mid to maybe high 80s. I have a shaded area I can put them on my South facing patio if it gets super sunny out.
I'm mainly just wondering if the cool air humidifier is dropping the temperature too low for them to be producing a lot of pitchers.
The one thing I will do is bring them inside at the end of the day since I keep my apartment cool (65 degrees Fahrenheit) when I sleep and the humidifier can give them the night time humidity they like.
This would all be easier once the shelves for my grow cabinet finally arrive, as that will help keep it warmer for all of the plants.