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Cross wrote:Is it even new growth dying out?
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by Jinglebells » Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:47 pm
Secretariat73 wrote:Just reaching and tossing ideas out there...
Have you tested the peat moss and perlite recently? Manufacturers sometimes change their formulas without notice. The peat moss I used this year for my sarrs had a much higher ppm reading even though it was my usual brand. Had to run extra water through the pots in order to rinse things out.
Were the plants recently repotted before you noticed the problem? If so, could some roots have been damaged during the process?
When you checked the rhizomes, did you notice if the potting mixture was uniformly moist throughout? I've had the peat mixture that one of my red capensis grows in go hydrophobic. Don't ask me how that could happen when the dang plant sits in water all day but it sure did. There weren't even any roots clogging up the drain hole at the bottom of the cup. But the result was the soil surface looking moist enough while the peat underneath was drying out. The problem went unnoticed until the plant lost most of its dew for no apparent reason.
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