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  • Milkree

    02.10.2012 at 22:12

     · Euphorbia rotting. Stem rot is common in Euphorbia. It is caused by two types of fungi. Stem rot is seen when the plant is in humid and moist conditions. Rhizoctoria. Rhizoctoria is a fungus that is found in all types of soils. This fungus attacks the crown of thorns plant when the soil moisture and humidity are high.

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  • Zulkikasa

    02.10.2012 at 22:12

    Listen to Rotting in Euphoria on Spotify. Beasts of No Nation · Song · A visual spinning loader indicating that the page is performing an action. Cookie policy. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By Music Duration: 3 min.

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  • Maujas

    02.10.2012 at 22:12

     · It's critical to provide your Euphorbia with soil that has sharp drainage. Soggy soil can quickly cause root rot and kill a plant. If you're growing your plant in a container, it should have ample drainage holes. An unglazed pot is best because it will allow excess moisture to escape through its walls as well as through the drainage tion: Master Gardener.

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