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Clumping palms are dying

The fronds brown off then eventually the palm dies from the top down. I cannot detect anything like mould or aphids anywhere on the plants

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Check you soil ph sometimes the soil Ph can change. and can cause this. also try some plant food in water. out side plants sometimes need some food over the cold months. also if it gets to cold for to long it can kill the plant off.

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    Russ Hill Jan 31, 2014

    yeah thats whats a matter with your plant they get used to the normal temp for times of year. you can put some netting around the roots to keep them warmer. even an old blanket can help plenty of water and food and make sure the soil ph dont change and it should be fine.

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