This is my second attempt to type, finish and send this post. For some reason I get to a point and the box I am writing in begins to move up and I get nothing but blank space and can not get back my post. I have to give up and start over. So. here I am again.
I posted about this problem before and I do not mean to become a pest, but I have tried every person, place and book that I could find and the problem still exists and I have not been able to identify it so I can treat it.
I was told it could be the humidity in the house. The same plants are in the greenhouse and none of them have this problem.
The water in the greenhouse is the same as in the house. The soil is the same I use in the greenhouse plants. I have tried to eliminate everything one at a time to see if it would help and the misting and additional watering did not help, nor did moving them to different locations. I have not taken them to the greenhouse because of the sudden changes in the weather that have continued into Spring and I am still having a time keeping consistant temperatures in the greenhouse. So far the plants that are there have no problems.
The pictures will show you the latest. The new growth stems grow a few inches and they do not open and turn brown. Mostly from the tip down to the bottom. If you look on the pictures carefully, you will see the tips of the new growth are turning brown. I do hope you can see it.
Please ask anyone you know that grows spiders and pass on the info or pictures if they feel they may be able to help. I am at my wits end and I am so afraid I am going to loose all these plants if I do not soon find what is happening to them. I even considered possibly getting a bad bag of soil, but some of the plants in the greenhouse were planted with the soil from the same bag and they are fine. Any help you can give me will be appreciated. Thanks again and forgive me for being so pesty with this problem.