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Hey friends I foolishly acquired a lop/trich graft without knowing how to look after it, and when i had no free time to treat it properly. Now of course, the trich has rotted and I am desperately trying to save the lop/head. There are also a lot of pups on the head. I have a couple of very strong/healthy trichs, and figured my best bet would be to put the main head on one and the pups on a couple of others, by cutting the head off the rotten trich and regrafting. I already left the poor thing for weeks, i have been extremely negligent in this regard and i want to get it sorted TODAY, before any further damage occurs due to my incompetence. Standing by, please advise.
Help something horrible happening to my cacti, In melbourne there has been 40 degree heat days. FOr two days it has been very hot and for two days i have been watering my cacti at night and then this happened? Some kind of epic rot on one side http://imgur.com/68V3byb This thing is just an awful brown color, weird thing is when i put it in the shade it was a nice crisp green color, so in the shade it turned into this brown color http://imgur.com/xSGmIR0 And these guys are semi soft and lazily leaning on one side, as if about to fall http://imgur.com/mlv7QKQ I am going to put them in shade, but should i stop watering? Will it affect my other cacti?
hey guys looking for a bit of help here this loph has slowly gotten more and more covered in this slightly orangish skin condition as far as i can tell from my experience with orange rot that doesnt seem to be what this is (however im no expert) with a little bit of research im starting to think it may be mites hopefully someone can confirm this for me or if it is some kind of fungal infection it seems to be only on the skin i have noticed the skin has become very weak aswell with som very very light touching and attempting to see if i could rub lightly scratch any of it of the surface when i did this i noticed the skin split straight away this was about 2 days ago within only a few hours the split had dried out and looks fine really you should be able to see in one of the pics anyway wat are your thoughts guys mites or fungal infection ? thanks in advance for any help guys i love having such knowledgable people around to help with these things heres the pics
Hi guys, I've experienced the black rot on plants in the past. Never as bad as what is occurring with the T. Pachanoi seen in image 3. It has been on this pach for about 6 months now and it is not going away, I thought it was at one point but it is only getting worse. It has also spread to my t. bridgesii which I adore. I think it's possible that it has spread via cross-contamination as it began to occur on the bridge after I soaked them both in the same bucket. Do you guys think I should chop the offending limbs off the T. Bridgesii or let it try and work itself out? It's a bit worrying as I don't want it to get as bad as it is on the pach. Thanks. Tedz Appearing on large, valued t. bridgesii. Appearing on different limb of same bridgesii. It's spreading. appearing on t. pachanoi - both in same pot. View of both plants in full.