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Parlor Palm leaf damage


Robert D. Young
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I have parlor palms at the office that were in good shape for 4+ years but suddenly are declining. I thought some of this could have been from sunlight damage, or insect damage, or perhaps a wrong soil formulation. Any ideas on what to do here to reverse the decline? IMG_20230221_192149596.thumb.jpg.209876be152281e14b050666829fad70.jpg

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Here are more chamaedoreas with unidentified damage. Any advice as to what caused this is appreciated, as this did not happen for the first 4 years...

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which species is the last photo?
The damage looks similar to that on my Chamaedorea seedlings.

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2 hours ago, fotodimatti said:

which species is the last photo?
The damage looks similar to that on my Chamaedorea seedlings.

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Most are chamaedorea elegans but the tall one is chamaedorea oblongata. 

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Thanks! As I just learned in this forum, my chamaedorea anemophila seedlings here may suffer from too wet soil. Do you let the soil dry out between waterings?

 

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