Another WLD Question
So I have yet another leaf drop question for the forum, I think this brings the total to 100000 posts on the subject! This is more an observation than anything else. I recently moved my meyer )which I got as a christmas present this year) from an ESE facing window to one facing true south. About a month before that point I had purchased a 5000 lumen, full spectrum CFL and had it cranking about 6" above the plant. Very little leaf drop till I moved it to the south facing window. Now the leaves lowest and closest to the trunk are falling off. I'm not really concerned, there's actualy new growth and buds all over the tree and it seems happy in the 5-1-1 mix I have it sitting in, and i'm trickling in 1/4 tsp foliage pro every watering (about every 10 days right now, using a moisture meter AND the dowel method to confirm). I'm just not sure if its common for the lowest leaves by the trunk to be the most succeptable to WLD, or if its trying to tell me something else. Most of the leaves look fairly healthy when they drop, but I'm noticing the deep green, bigger leaves seem to be anchored on better.
Only question for everyone here would be, do you think I should pull the CFL light now? I'm honestly not sure how much its doing for the plant, but I'm not seeing much harm in keeping it on the tree, unless it could be the culprit. My room hovers between 60 and 68 F (rarely gets above or below that).
As always, thanks for the help, folks!