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E. Vinje
Keymaster

Hello –

From what we could research, it sounds like what you’re seeing is physiological leaf roll due to excess moisture. If your plants are on a drip system, or if your watering schedule didn’t change after the rainstorms, the soil could become too saturated. Some of the plants you have can be “big drinkers” and like the extra water, which is why you could be seeing the damage in only some plants. The extra water from the rain and the humidity in Florida create the combination of “excess moisture” which your plants seem to be responding to immediately. Our best recommendation would be to alter your watering schedule and or help the soil by aerating it with an spike aerator.

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Hope it helps!