Hello there, I have a dracula rezekiana that I try to bring back to life but the new leafs are not straight healthy ones. They are bent, don't seem to extend much and stay folded in two (see photo below). I have been struggling to maintain adequate conditions for draculas. The humidity is a little too low (55%-65%), the temperature is in the upper range (23°C-25°C=68-77F with a 2°C-4F degree drop at night) and about 7500 luxs of lighting. So the plants are stressed and a couple of bacterial/fungus infections due to insufficient air movement forced me to cut back infected leaves. Using hydrogen peroxide to whipe out the infection in the roots almost killed the plant and now I am trying to save it. My guess is that the plant suffers from a deficiency but in what element? The watering schedule is once every 3 days with RO water suplemented once a month with 100ppm of "orchid focus grow". If any of you have every experienced such leafs formation any pointers would be very much appreciated.