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Argyreia N (HBW) bacterial, fungus or deficency? pictures

Posted by pumilus none (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 31, 11 at 21:08

Hello, I'm wondering if you could help me in any way.

Turns out the leaves got infected with some mold because of me scarifying the seed more than it needed (too exposed) I don't know how she's still alive, the black spots at the edges of the leaves is gone along with a part of the starter leaves but now it has these brown stains.

Is there any way to heal the plant? I was thinking that by cutting the leaves I could get away with it but being she only has those two leaves to recieve sunlight I decided it's not a good idea.

Any tips? it would be such a bummer if it dies, the plant is tilted because of heavy rain it has grown well considering she's sick since germination.

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RE: Argyreia N (HBW) bacterial, fungus or deficency? pictures

The baby leaves are rather beat up and, in the 2nd image, toward the right side is serpentine evidence of a leafminer.

I suggest you keep all the leaves. (That seedling needs all the hlep it can get.) But please take gently squish the serpentine trail between you r fingers. The remain alert and, if you see more such trails, squish those also.


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RE: Argyreia N (HBW) bacterial, fungus or deficency? pictures

Thanks! One leave has already opened, I will limit sun exposure just in case it's one of the reasons for the beat up.


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RE: Argyreia N (HBW) bacterial, fungus or deficency? pictures

maybe not needed. The "beat up" is mechanical damage.


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