I'm hoping someone can help me work or why all my Sarras look absolutely miserable and deformed this year. I've been growing them for a few years and they've never looked anywhere near this bad. The traps are deformed, bent and sparse. They should be looking at their very best coming into mid autumn here. They are grown in full sun, in a Sphagnum moss, peat moss and perlite mix and kept in rainwater. If anyone can help work or what's going on I would really appreciate it.
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