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Help! My cuttings leaves have all turned brown

Posted by gilli2007 4 (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 15, 07 at 23:25

I am trying to root a cutting of a Rugosa rose. It has only been in the rooting medium (1:1 perlite/potting soil) for a week but the leaves have all turned brown and are dead. Does this mean the cutting has died?


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RE: Help! My cuttings leaves have all turned brown

Sometimes all the leaves fall off while it's rooting. Presence or absence of leaves is not a reliable indicator...

Cheers,
Michelle


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RE: Help! My cuttings leaves have all turned brown

If your leaves turned brown, this is a bad sign. It's not that the leaves just fell off that is bad, but turning brown indicates something is wrong. Explain how you prepared this please.


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RE: Help! My cuttings leaves have all turned brown

some of my leaves AND my stems turned brown. That at least was obvious to me. Out they went. But just the leaves, I guess one has to wait and see. (is it or isn't it, to be or not to be?)


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