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    Ping 'Sethos' problems

    Hi all,

    Got these pings three weeks ago growing in rockwool, or something like that transplanted, and they had very few roots. Planted in a mix of peat, perlite, and sand. Growing in very bright shade, 70s at night, 90s in the day. I keep them in a tray. You can see theyve lost a lot of older leaves. Is this normal or am I in trouble? These are my first Mexican pings.


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    I would, if possible, raise humidity until they become established. At the very least, they will establish themselves more quickly under these conditions. That being said, the new growth looks fine so you probably don't have anything to worry about.
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