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Sabal turning brown


Enar

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I have this sabal species that started turning brown after I brought it inside my grow tent last week. What could be the issue? 

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Winter low: 16F (December 2022), Summer/spring high: ~85F (March 2023). Very humid climate.

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Burn touching the foil?  I am just guessing

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Just now, Allen said:

Burn touching the foil?  I am just guessing

I’m leaning towards too much water or too little nutrients at this point. 

Winter low: 16F (December 2022), Summer/spring high: ~85F (March 2023). Very humid climate.

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8 hours ago, Enar said:

I’m leaning towards too much water or too little nutrients at this point. 

I would guess too much water as well because they are not using it as fast as they normally would outdoors in their new indoor environment.

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