How would I remove the fungus from my plants?
Will I need to buy chemicals / anti-fungal substance?
How would I safely treat my plants without stressing or killing them?
pieguy452 wrote:It could be a fungal infection, but I think i can see little tiny red specks in the photos, which would signify mites. It's hard to tell though, it could just be the picture.... Take a very close look at the leaves of your flytrap, can you see any little red specks?I can't, only red / red colours on my plants are on the leaves and in the traps - tried gently scratching at them with my fingernail and they did not come off, it's just the colouration of the plant itself.
pieguy452 wrote:Ok then yes it is probably some type of fungal infection. However, I don't think it is harmful. Your flytrap still looks very healthy. I know that sarracenia can develop the same black spots on the pitchers without any ill effect. The fungus is simply eating off the sweet nectar-like bait the pitchers are giving off.Do you have any recommendations for what to use for a fungicide?
Try spraying your flytrap with a fungicide to see if it allieveates the problem.
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