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InvisibleLazerouth
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Rot on my salvia cutting
    #2117258 - 11/17/03 05:48 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

Theres brown creeping up the edges of my cutting and on the growth node where some leaves got ripped off. I hate rot. I've been told to cut off all brown but last time i did this to a cutting it made it rot even worse. Can it shake it off if i leave it be or does it need to be taken care of? If so what should I do?

no rot below the soil by the way.


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Offlinestefan
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Re: Rot on my salvia cutting [Re: Lazerouth]
    #2118940 - 11/18/03 04:14 AM (13 years, 5 months ago)

put it in a dry place for a while, that should do the trick.


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Re: Rot on my salvia cutting [Re: stefan]
    #2119512 - 11/18/03 01:08 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

It might not be rot it many be drying out.
I made a few cutting of a mother plant i left 2 internodes below the vut do it would spout more stems. Well the top insted of hardening over it dryout and in its wake left a dry, shrivled up stem you dont notice the dryout until it 1/4 inch down the stem.

To fix this when i make a cutting i place grafting wax(or candle wax) over the wound ther plant does not dry out so drasticaly over time the cut will heal.

EDIT: The brown is rotting your stem from bottom up? Dont root in water -root in soil. Stick you cutting in soil and place the whole thing in a 80-100% humitity tend,bag,box,dome... this lessens rot and make the plant have more air to the rooting section. Or sue rockwool


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InvisibleLazerouth
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Re: Rot on my salvia cutting [Re: Remut]
    #2119517 - 11/18/03 01:12 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

Its already rooted and potted in very high humidity so its not drying out. I'll have to destroy the humidity tent to get it dry but i guess its worth a shot.


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