kick starting Sarracenia seedlings
We have all heard that repotting plants once a year can help out with invigorating them and getting them started after a dormant period, however; repotting them sooner can have beneficial effects, particularly on seedlings.
Use a toothpick to carefully dig around each Sarracenia seedling to be replanted; each will have a 1-2 inch root system by about 6 months. Punch a hole deep enough for the roots with the toothpick while the seedling soaks in distilled water for a minute. Guide the roots carefully into the hole and lightly tamp it down around the plant with your fingers. After they are all repotted, spray them well to settle the soil around them.
In a couple of weeks you will notice enhanced growth like this. Note how much taller the newest leaves are. Oxygenation and fresh soil, no fertilizer used (some people do lightly fertilize these guys, but I like to do things as naturally as possible to cut down on mishaps like overapplication of fertilizers).
Those seedlings were repotted at about 1-2 months of growth and now at 6 months. Even the unhealthy looking seedlings rebounded and are growing new, larger leaves. This is particularly helpful if you think your medium is souring or if you note a slowing in plant growth.