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Dendrocalamus Brandisii leaves turning brown

Posted by billpuscas 9 (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 28, 08 at 1:09

Just got the plant last week. No brown, now look at the picture. Any I Ideas? It was in a 15 gallon pot just planted larger container.

Thanks in advance
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RE: Dendrocalamus Brandisii leaves turning brown

Do they turn yellow before turning brown? If so, could be over watered and too little light.

Also, it could be from shipping, or change of environmment.

I think if you give it time it will adjust with correct watering and sunlight.

Kt


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RE: Dendrocalamus Brandisii leaves turning brown

Thanks KT
Yes yellow before brown, I did find out today they are the new plant in the yard and everyone (wife, mother in law and myself) have been watering it. Also there is a change in environment. plant came from an inland area and were grown in the partial shade and I live a mile off the beach and have plant in mostly sun. I may have gotten a little worried my oldhamii did not have any issues adjusting. I have just started getting in to bamboo. I have a lot to learn.

Bill


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RE: Dendrocalamus Brandisii leaves turning brown

Thanks KT
Yes yellow before brown, I did find out today they are the new plant in the yard and everyone (wife, mother in law and myself) have been watering it. Also there is a change in environment. plant came from an inland area and were grown in the partial shade and I live a mile off the beach and have plant in mostly sun. I may have gotten a little worried my oldhamii did not have any issues adjusting. I have just started getting in to bamboo. I have a lot to learn.

Bill


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