In a previous thread I reported on how my utrics were all getting overrun by a stowaway aggressive subulata type of utric.
Since then I dug everything up and try to save as many of them as possible while discarding the rest.
My longifolia leaves look very strange ever since that activity. The leaves produced are not smooth and have a very lumpy texture with little dots of yellow all over.
Is anybody familiar with this condition and what might be causing it as well as a possible remedy?
The condition was not present prior to digging up the utric. I have used fresh standard media peat perlite and the same water as before. None of the rest of the stuff has been affected except longifolia.
When I dug it up, I separated the root ball into multiple specimens. All of them seem to be exhibiting this same pattern on the leaves.