I have a D. Venusta whose moss is starting to show signs of some mold or fungus or something. I'm wondering if there is something I can apply to the medium to turn the tide?
....originally I admit the humidity was getting too high in the terrarium (added to that what I later discovered was improper air flow). I have since reduced the humidity to about 30% and pointed a nearby fan towards the tank to increase air flow (as the fan passes I can see the leaves "dance" a bit, so I know air is making its way across the plants).
Still...I'm somewhat concerned about this since this is a new terrarium setup. Usually I grow my sundews on windowsills, and I guess this sort of thing wasn't as much of a concern in that situation.
I'm reading online and I'm seeing that Captan, 3335 Cleary and Domain are the best fungicides for carnivorous plants. I'm going to make a run to the store tomorrow and pick one of these up unless I hear something different from the community.