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Jun 4, 2020 10:08 AM CST
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Looking for guidance. I moved the aloe plant outside as it was not doing well in the AC. I had in direct light but have moved to indirect due to browning. I only water when top two inches of soil in dry. Is there anything I am not doing? Base leaves seem to be dying and several are bending. In cactus soil. Any advice appreciated.
Jun 4, 2020 2:31 PM CST
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Your plant will probably be just fine but be sure to keep it out of direct overhead midday sun when you have just moved it outside. Indoor sun is fundamentally different because regular window glass blocks most of the UV rays. So start it out in bright shade or filtered light, then a little morning sun, and so on stepwise over the course of weeks for best results.

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