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Old 12-01-2005, 01:52 AM
J Fortuna
 
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Default question about 'sun burn' or 'lamp burn'

Help! My Lc was accidentally moved too close to the daylight spectrum
incandescent lamp, and now two of its leaves have been sun burned or rather
lamp burned somewhat -- it has brown areas on the leaf where it was closest
to the lamp. I have now moved it away from the lamp of course, is there
anything else I should do (other than being more careful from now on)?
Should I leave the leaves be? or cut off the burned parts? should I treat it
with anything?
Joanna



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