Pray, tell what GWI has done to the water. The water is dehydrating the tips of the ‘stand-up’ heliconias, and reducing the shelf-life of these particular cut flowers. This disaster was only discovered in the last week of January 2018. It never existed before. This raises concerns as to whether there is a sudden spike in the level of iron in the water, or a concomitant adverse reaction to the new cocktail of chemicals GWI is employing. Curiously, this problem was not observed in the ‘fowl-foot’ variety of the heliconia, only in the ‘stand-ups.’
So, could GWI please check it out, or better, correct it?