Hmmm. My plants seem to be less "perky" than they used to be... and I'm wondering what the signs of overwatering are? Someone told me they are practically the same as underwatering, so how do you know?
One plant's newest leaf growth seems to be coming in rather stunted and odd looking (kind of twisted)... another plant has yellow starting around the edge of one leaf and like black on it and the leaves seem to be droopy rather than stiff. Another one's leaves have gotten spotted with red and orange spots. Also the leaves are light green as opposed to a dark rich green color.
The 36" tank they are in has three lights (2 cool white, 1 grow), the sun comes in early morning for an hour then a reflective cover is affixed to the front. The humidity ranges from 80-95%. Temps range from 60-85degrees. Sometimes the tank gets pretty wet, try and dry it out once a month. I got a new sprayer and that's why i'm wondering if i'm overwatering them (and getting the tank too wet). It 's a pump style sprayer, (you pump it up to pressurize it) then it has a long handle/hose thing with a button that allows the water to be released. Looks like those sprayers that termite people use. It's not as fine a mist as a bottle style sprayer. It puts out a lot more water in bigger drops. Spray them everyday, water once a week.
Anyways, the plants were doing great and now they're beginning to look ill, hence i want to figure out what to do, before they get worse.
what i have in that tank:
khasiana, ventricosa, + two hybrids
All help appreciated (big grin)