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Nepenthesman

Help with my Hemsleyana

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I have had this Hemsleyana for 6 months now and suddenly out of nowhere this happens.

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this is a lowland nep, i have less experience with lowland. it looks to me like crown rot, which can happen by leaving water standing in the top. It could also be conditions that arent suitable to the plant. I dont think this one will survive unfortunately.

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If this is indeed crown rot, cut of the top dead partsĀ and leave the surviving leaves on the plant. Treat with a fungicide and improve the conditions. If the plant has some reserves it will produce an offshoot lower on the stem.

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This plant in the wild does grow in very wet conditions but my conditions are fine as I grow it in Malaysia.

This could be caused by my sprinkler being on sometimes.

Thank you for your help it still looks the exact same.

It also did have a scale attack.

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