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Maybe. It is very difficult to get enough artificial light to grow plants to maturity. Most of the ad looks like advertising ( no surprise). A very important number is lumens , the amount of light, not given . A temperature spectrum ( ad - 2900 K) only applies to incandescent lights and halogen and metal halide ( as I understand it) . You want the frequency ...


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I would agree about the possibility of over-watering but I see you're using a clay pot which allows it to breathe and dry out more quickly. You also have pebbles on the bottom of the saucer so I assume you're adding humidity that way. I would stop spraying unless you see a positive response - a surprising number of plants don't like it because their leaves ...


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The problem is most probably dehydration, since when you watered less, you saw more of yellow leaves and since the leaves of plants that are under-watered will be crispy with a slight curl to the leaf (same as shown in the image above) while over-watered leaves will be limp. You are planting in a pot, so the pot's size, the size of drainage holes and the ...


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You can help your fern simply by misting it daily. That is the first step to try based off of the linked article. I recommend a stronger tactic for improving humidity: place it in your bathroom for a week or two and see if it perks up. If you don't have any windows in your bathroom, you could take it in as your shower pal. It will likely respond ...


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