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Any recommendations?
I reccomend you give it to me ASAP.

If the first reccomendation is not acceptable, I'd try growing it in 100% ADA Amazonia. From what I've
read on Jan's website - it should be an easy plant to grow. If you're losing the older leaves when new ones
pop up - it could indicate lack of macro nutrients.
 

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Yeah, that's what's got me so frustrated. On Jan's site he states "Plants and are quite easy to cultivate under standard conditions.", which I always understood to be a 50:50 sand/peat mix.

I'll have to bump up the ferts a bit and see what happens.

Cheers.
Jim
Peat/sand mix doesn't have much if any nutritional value. Stick a Jobes stick in there - I'll bet the plant takes off.
Dibs on the first plantlet.
 
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