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    D.adelae should be grown in the shade(50%-70%). Direct sun can burn the leaves, especially when the plant has been grown in shaded conditions before.

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    And I believe we are all assuming that you are following the basics of CP culture:

    Water: mineral free, distilled or de-ionized

    Media: peat moss, sand, sphagnum, perlite -- moistened with only the above mentioned water.

    Air: good air circulation while maintaning humidity of 60% or above

    Humidity: 60% or higher
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    Yes I do believe so that I'm doing everything correct.

    Humidity in Florida is always high so that can't be a problem.
    I perosnely think it went through shock.


    LenG444

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