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could this be transplant shock?

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DTS1

so i put my 3 gallon sabal minor outside a few days ago, and i noticed that one ofbthe newest fronds kind of folded up, and some of the other fronds exept the new growth have brown tips. is that transplant shock?

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Allen

This was a potted palm right?  S. minor don't like roots disturbed so did roots look ok?  The oldest frond may just be dying off.  If this was a bare root palm or a palm that was dug and thrown in a pot then that's a problem.  

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DTS1
3 minutes ago, Allen said:

This was a potted palm right?  S. minor don't like roots disturbed so did roots look ok?  The oldest frond may just be dying off.  If this was a bare root palm or a palm that was dug and thrown in a pot then that's a problem.  

ya the root ball looked fine when i planted it

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Allen
Just now, DTS1 said:

ya the root ball looked fine when i planted it

I think you're good if you didn't bother the roots a bunch.  Let it settle in.

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