Huntsmanshorn wrote:Was this plant new to you when you started watering it with tap water? If so, the traps well may have died no mater what water you used tap, distilled, or other.Yes plant was new but i didnt water with tap water on purposed. I had a small waterfall near the plant which was splashing the plant and thats how it was exposed to tap water.
RickBazzano wrote:Yes plant was new but i didnt water with tap water on purposed. I had a small waterfall near the plant which was splashing the plant and thats how it was exposed to tap water.Since the plant was new when exposed to the tap water, it is fairly likely that the change of conditions from where is was growing before to its new growing conditions was enough to cause the pitcher die off, as long as the plant is otherwise healthy, I doubt you have anything to worry about with regards to hard water poisoning.
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