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Re: P. Auracana

Give the plant more humidity. Insert a stick into the pot and place a
plastic bag over the whole works.  When the plant perks up, start to
introduce it gradually to the real world by making slits in the bag and
letting in more air.

>From: Alexander Perez <alejw@EARTHLINK.NET>
>Subject: help with P. Auracana
>Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2003 17:04:00 -0700
>Hello there!
>I am hoping someone out there has some culture tips for my P. Auracana.  I
>can't find any info on this plant.  I just purchased it at the L.A. IGS
>show at Descanso Gardens last month and it seems to be dying on me.  Here
>are the symptoms:
>Leaves turning brown around edges and curling inward to point of dropping
>Almost all the leaves are gone!  I had transplanted it when it was healthy
>to a clay pot with good draining soil mix with sand and perlite.  Any
>pointers out there would be greatly appreciated.
>Alex Perez
>Pasadena, CA USA

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