With the watering, check with your finger first and if the mix is damp, just leave it another day. Less watering for DF rather than more especially with the humidity. There's a lot of posts on Dragon Fruit on this forum, just search the forum (top right) and you will get pages and pages of results. May not be helpful but some at least will be interesting.
And check out Nitrogen deficiency pix on the net, there will be plenty of pix of nutrient deficiencies on the net in general. Some deficiencies are similar to others and it might be that it is not Nitrogen but that is the commonest yellowing signs.
My pleasure, Kate! Looks as though it's short of Nitrogen too - a little chook crap either the real thing composted first or a small handful of pelletised chook crap. Send away for that Biodynamic paste, it is so handy for so many applications and lasts for years kept sealed and cool.
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