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A. titanum leaf curl


Hello fellow aroiders,

I have a young A. titanum about 8" tall that has
started to show some leaf curling.  The leaves
are curling upwards along the sides though show
no visible signs of insects or marring.  My A.
konjac and paeoniifolius sit next to the titanum
and appear just fine.  Any thoughts welcomed.

Happy growing!
-BPB



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