Ferns forum→Coniogramme Emeiensis

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Oct 28, 2020 11:50 AM CST
Hello! I couldn't find any info online regarding this particular issue, so i was hoping somebody on this forum might have some advice.

I have had this particular Coniogramme Emeiensis for a couple of months. I've had one before (which succumbed to root rot after I ill-advisedly used a bottle as a watering spike while on holiday) and i'm having the exact same issue with this new one that I've already had with the first one: the leaves are turning brown and crispy from the edges in, pretty much all its adult fronds are affected by now. It gets a fair amount of bright morning light (about 1.5 metres away from an Eastern window), I try to keep the soil as moist as possible while trying to avoid overwatering and the humidity in that room is constantly between 60 and 75% (if the hygrometer is accurate). The roots seem fine and the healthy little fronds springing up around the edges of the pot would seem to suggest that the plant is fairly healthy otherwise.

Any advice on how to keep this particular fern happy (beyond the basics I mentioned) would be much appreciated!
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