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Thread: Orange fungus on Truncata?

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    It looks fine, but I'm no Nep expert.
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    it's fine.
    truncata can take sun well, it's just adjusting to new conditions. I have 2 truncatas growing well that get full sun 4 hrs a day and 160w of floro for 7hrs a day. They are very tough neps with leathery leaves that tolerate less then optimal conditions. mine pitchures in the dead of winter with 15-40% humidity
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    That brownish spot on the lower leaf in the second picture is sunburn. The leaf above it looks alright. I wouldn't move it unless the plant shows signs of more sunburn. In the future just acclimate plants a little more slowly. Not many nurseries have their plants in full sun so you have to give them some time to adjust to higher light levels under your conditions.
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    So I didn't have to move it?

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    As long as the sunburn isn't getting worse and showing up on new areas I would just leave it. The new leaves that grow will be fully adapted to the sun.
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