Ok so all my plants were nice and green and putting up new traps and everything was looking great. Yesterday I go outside and notice that both the Pings out there had shriveled up and looked horrible. My Flytraps which were growing well seemed to have stop mid way when putting up the traps (half developed traps just aren't growing anymore). Nearly every pitcher on nearly every Sarr was browning. Of the 30ish plants outside 20 of them just decided to try and die over night.
So thinking it must have been really hot yesterday (I didn't notice that it was) I went ahead and watered them. (The did feel a bit on the light side) I then went inside and found that the 2 Pings inside were near dead, as well as the 10 baby drosera. I mean really... I have no idea what just happened that caused a total of about 50% of my plants to die almost over night.
It couldn't have been environmental since it effected both inside and outside plants. I tested my water and it is still at 12ppm so that can't be it. The medium wasn't warm. The only thing I could think of was that the plants were a bit light, I assume that a full watering every 3 days with a heavy misting every morning just caught up to them? I don't know... that seems like a lot of water they would be going through. It can't be not enough light cause its always bright outside, it cant be too much light cause the plants have been out there for over a week now without the slightest bit of sunburn.
I realize without pics diagnosis is hard, but you can see the setup they have if you glance through my Update thread in my Sig.