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Araflora... precision and shipment timetable?

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Gert always has good plants and in all the years he is in business I have never encountered anyone with a valid claim that he didn't deal with in a very civil and adequate way when approached.

 

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I think they are too compact and the small shots are more exposed than the big ones !!aad1c6ede2c95e41bfaf31553334c1c2.jpg0a64d56baa4c74cef4a9077c0391cbb7.jpg

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I had to pill it completely because they died and mushrooms infected parts away. But there are some who can explain why they are completely filled with baby shots that the mother plant is almost stifled.ad0fd2b638daeab2a9d37b4dc5138b13.jpg

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Although I've not shopped from him personally, I know many people hold him in high regard.

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Did you contact him to ask about this?  What did he say?

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The last 2 plants I need to strip down or I will lose the whole plant.209afa924406d998c8dc1257db51fbcf.jpg7462cf2266a9b276e171ed8ceedb941d.jpg

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Did you contact him to ask about this?  What did he say?

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I'm waiting for answers from them

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For psittacina it is quite normal to get a lot of side shoots over time. So I think it is just a sign this is a well developed plant which may need division.


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I don't see whats wrong with the plant:roll:? Looks healthy in my opinion

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Fertilizer in the soil can cause this,many of the little divisions will root if buried in wet sphagnum or pushed deep into wet compost even when they dont have a single root

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I had to remove all small shots in order to save the plant. And it may not survive if it has been infected with gray fungus.12705ad18a5fbe3b2a721ed208d12ab3.jpg57dfbe34c1b153137b0e171882670950.jpg

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I don't see whats wrong with the plant:roll:? Looks healthy in my opinion


Almost all around the plant there were small shots that were attacked by gray fungus.

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fertilizer in the soil.  If used in the wrong strength,it will cause this.I have seen it happen especially in purps when osmocote is used for too long in the growing season.

 

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I don't see whats wrong with the plant:roll:? Looks healthy in my opinion


Almost all around the plant there were small shots that were attacked by gray fungus.

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Ah, now I see, hopefully the plants survive and you end up with lots of psitts:yes:, and if not, I hope a suitable solution is found.

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