clivia re-potting, rotting?
Hi there, i have a big varigated clivia, that was in the ground for a few years, well i dug it up because i wanted to move it into a pot to enjoy it closer. Well some of the roots were cut during the move. So i potted it up in a 5 gallon pot, that's the only thing all these roots would fit in. Checked it a few weeks later and noticed that the roots that were cut during the move, were starting to mush, now i didn't water it as i didn't want it to rot. so i replanted using more perlite, check some surface roots today and they are still mushing, i think its because of stress and the clivia not growing, not needing any water from the roots. Now do i cut as many roots off as i can, or do i just let the natural process take over of the roots dying off, its not root rot the disease as i dunked it in daconil before i planted it into a pot, any info would be appreciated! thanks