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anubias rot?

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plant Species' started by SingAlongWithTsing, May 24, 2017.

  1. SingAlongWithTsing

    SingAlongWithTsing Junior Poster

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    i had this plant for about 6 months now, it would really suck to lose it


    1 of the leaves that fell off. the "end" is really squishy, if you squeeze it a lil it oozes green stuff that has the consistency of a freshly popped pimple


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    the rhizome is still sturdy. is it supposed to be hollow in the center?


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    the source of the infection? probably an anubias i bought from a LFS. this one dropped about 12-13 leaves in 3 days


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    Well if it is anubias rot


    Good luck to you sir. May God be with you.
     
  3. SingAlongWithTsing

    SingAlongWithTsing Junior Poster

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    woke up to see a nana petite clump dropping leaves. only part of the rhizome was squishy, cut that bit off and dipped the healthy bit h2o2. honestly if this stuff can affect buces too i think i quit lmao
     
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