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heres my problem, lately i've been losing alot of leaves off my newly aquired plants(shipped form Richters) a few plants(2) have no leafs left(except for new ones forming), and i've been getting brown discoloration around a few leaves. Is this due to low humidity, too much water or what? any help would be great, here is more info.
my soil mix was about 50% organicly fert. potting soil, 30%peat moss, and 15 verm. and 5 perlite. Hope i didn't screw up too much, i just though that i needed something that holds a lot of water. I gave my plants a fair amount of water and root starter after transplanting them from the little containers they were shipped in, (the plants were root bound) so i'm hoping this problem is just shock related and not something i might lose my plants over. I'm kinda scared i'll lose my babies.
Now the plants are in a rubbermaid container with a bit of perlite on bottom, i expose em to ~2hrs natural sunlight a day and about 14hr of flourecent fan anf mist about 6-9x a day, is this over doinig it or not?
if more info is needed just let me know.
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Go to www.sagewisdom.org , dan seibert`s site. You may want to tent the individual plants in gallon baggies for example, make sure container has drainge holes. Once adapted, plants can take alot, good indoor plants by window, with a little misting, good watering, good drainage.