I am thinking that for the healthy Sarracenia I may be able to pot one of the divided plants back into the same pot it came out of again without having to wash or sterilize the pot. This is because the plants were growing all right in the pot that it came out of and there was no crown rot. Could this be all right?
I was just thinking this because it takes many hours of work to wash pots and then sterilize them. What it costs me in wages is more than the pots are worth new. I can see the point of washing and sterilizing pots if the Sarracenia died or maybe better still not using those pots any more for Sarracenia, but instead for something else that is very hardy and common. That would save washing pots.
I used bleach (1 part bleach to 10 or 20 parts water) to sterilize the pots. Hydrogen peroxide could be better because unlike bleach it may not have to be washed off the pots before planting in them. However, it is expensive if it is diluted to about 3% in a bucket of water. I am not sure how many pots can be sterilized in one bucket before the water and peroxide or bleach mix needs to be changed due to the dirty water? If the one bucket could be used for hundreds and if dirty water did not matter, peroxide may be viable.