So I recently found that my little adelaes weren't looking so hot...The older leaves were beginning to turn brown and wilt. Newer leaves stopped producing dew...and the even newer leaves just refused to open up. I realized the pots were getting too dry just sitting in sphagnum so I replaced that with standing water. After a week I didn't see any changes. Then I realized that the bottled "RO water" actually had some "negligible amounts" of salts (sodium sulfate, sodium bicarbonate) added back. So I decided to play it safe and ditch that source. But yesterday I read about adelaes appreciating more indirect sunlight so I tried turning off the light directly above the pot. Oddly enough one of the plants started producing dew again and the newer leaves are starting to open up more. Right now I only have ~65w CFL over the entire enclosure (closer to 80w before turning off the light) which is a 10 gallon aquarium and I know of people with a lot more than that. Anyone have any idea what is going on here? Are younger adelaes possibly less tolerant of high light?