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Re: [IGSROBIN] Weather report & species.

At 11:45 PM 21-11-98 -0800, you wrote:
>You said the leaves of your P. transvaalense curled up. I was unsure about
>whether that was because you had them on a south-facing window sill or
>because the room humdity was very low, night and day.
>If it is the location I could suggest you place a reflector to the rear of
>the plant to bathe it in more uniform light. Either a picture frame with
>alumininium wrap or white glossy paper would help.
>If it is too low a humididty level a saucer of water near the plant may work.
>San Diego, California

Dear Andrew,

Thanks very much for your information! I'll keep the humidity in mind!



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