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I would not worry about the drooping. I have a few avocados from pits and one of them is constantly quite droopy like yours even after watering but otherwise quite happy. It's not because the leaves are heavy or the leaf petioles weak, it just evidently likes being like that. It could be related to the humidity in the house which is quite low right now since ...


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In my experience avocados tend to grow in spurts; they have rest or quiet periods and then suddenly decide to make a rush for growth, sending up little new leaves at the growing point which suddenly overnight it seems expand into big leaves and then just sit there for a while before making a repeat performance. Avocados grow all over the Caribbean in full ...


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For what it is worth I too have avocados in Canada, with no supplemental lighting in a south facing window, use regular garden soil with a good proportion of sand mixed in and water by dunking the entire pot into several inches of plain water without waiting for the soil ball to dry out. I never fertilize but regularly move to a slightly larger pot with ...


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