Shade Ferns covered by a large group of ferns, which grow best in the shade, this group includes plants as distant as the Boston fern and maidenhair. Growing a shadow far, the provision of the plant with the right growing conditions, whether the fern is grown indoors or outdoors. Keep ferns to prevent health problems with brown leaves.
Excess sunlight is a serious problem for the leaves shade ferns, ferns require partial to full shade to grow properly. Avoid direct sunlight, especially during the hottest part of the day dries, the leaves of ferns and shade effect that they burned what away to brown leaves and unhealthy. Keep shadow ferns in the shade, avoid problems with scorching sun and tan. Give indoor ferns with shade to keep them healthy.
Ferns require very moist soil to grow their full strength, and drought or soil, water flows too fast is a sure way to make the leaves away from a brown shade. Begin symptoms of dryness at the tips of the blades and spread to the rest of the shadow as the leaves away more and more dehydrated. Water fern at least once a week and make sure the soil stays moist for the ferns.
After the Clemson Cooperative Extension, provide scale insects a problem for shade ferns, including the maidenhair away. Scale insects feed on the leaves, sucking sap out of them and cause the leaves turn brown or yellow, as they are weakened. Dead, curled leaves, and the visible presence of scale insects on the leaves of a serious infestation. Pesticides help and physical removal of the scale insects and heavily damaged leaves healthy away.
Nematodes are an incurable pest problem on shadow ferns. These pests feed on the roots of the shadows away, so that the leaves turn a reddish-brown color, especially between the veins of each leaf pieces. Nematodes are fatal to remove the shadow fern and bracken and spread to other plants in the garden and destroy ferns showing signs of nematode problems and avoid planting shade ferns in the same place to keep the garden healthy.