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Have you ever noticed the leaves that sit on the soil in your plants container tend to start to grow mold. This mold if left will kill your plant and spread to your other plants. The name of this pathogen is Bartrietis (sorry for the spelling). After working in green houses for some time we have seen this mold atack many times. There are sprays and stuff like that for it. But the number one way to protect your plants from this mold is prevention. All leaves and branches that are dieing should be picked of and disposed of properly. This mold likes the dead leaves and twigs that sit on the surface of your soil. I have seen it start out as small patches that turn rather large in a few days. It then weekens the plant and starts to atack the lower branches. It then moves up those weekend branches and turs the whole thing into a goop. I found a lil today so I thought yall would like to know about it.
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