The final spraying today of the Darlingtonia, Sarracenia purpurea and Sarracenia psittacina. I split the culture into 4 and sprayed on the 6th/9th/13th and 16th, the 16th being the best before/use by date. There are more plants than ever, in more locations so it'll be a real test to see how effective this method is. Last year I had zero damage from Tortrix moth larvae, hopefully this will continue.
Just on the pitcher plants, they're the ones that the Tortrix moths make a mess of. Ones where the pitchers last more than the one season. Darlingtonia, S. purpurea and its hybrids. I've never had them in Heliamphora.
Didn't use any for tortrix larvae this year but if I had I wouldn't of used them on my drosera. They've caused some very unwanted damage to a few pots of drosera, their silky webs giving them away , along with leaf damage of course . Tricky to catch the little sods , have been hunting them down with a pair of tweezers ,after a good squishing they make a good meal for the dews. Anyone else had them on dews? They're probably running riot on my darlingtonia and sars :-(