shocked PV dropping leaves Options
#1 Posted : 12/12/2020 2:52:02 PM

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Had a cold snap that the psychotria didn't like and they are dropping leaves like crazy. This has happened before a couple years ago and they came back to life in the spring. I am hoping they don't all defoliate as before. I moved the largest to a warmer room. Fingers crossed. At any rate I have lots of new leaves for propagating.
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#2 Posted : 12/18/2020 4:32:04 PM

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Yeah they'll be fine.

I never tried propagating cold-shock dropped leaves but if brewed or put in the freezer right away a friend found that the experience can be more sparkly than usual. Possibly due to cold stress stimulating alk production. Only tried it that one time, so it may not be a reliable phenomenon, but who knows?
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