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Whether they are 'established' or not isn't really a consideration because they are growing in a pot. This naturally restricts the ability of the roots to seek out water, as they would in open ground, so they will still need watering ongoing as necessary. Otherwise, two things that are likely causing issues:- You say the pot is in 'full (but indirect) sun'....


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If you mean perlite, no, it's not clay and doesn't turn into clay, it is made from expanded volcanic glass, see here https://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/grow-plants/what-is-perlite/


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From what I've learned about pineapple plants is the reason the leaves turn brown is that they store water and when they turn brown its from overwatering


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Excessive water can cause salinity which may be causing the detrimental of leaves . Just add a spoonful of water daily not much not less depending on the size of the plant.You may notice the changes soon also these plants are indoor plants so they do not require much sunlight !! Hope it helps 🙂


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