Stem rot

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by JXAllen, Jul 23, 2019.

  1. This is a mother plant that has been in the same pot for several months. I thought the damage at the base of my plant was being caused by fungus gnats. But now I think it was/is some form of rot that was attracting the gnats. Now the plant has started to lean and some branches are wilting. She's in Tupur, DTW. What's the best way to save her? I'm thinking a flush and treating her for root rot. Then, if she recovers, transplant ger into a bugger pot, leaving the stem a bit higher, removing the top layer of coco. Thoughts?
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