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Old 06-05-2019, 05:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Smile Re: Nana super slow after roots dried out over winter

Originally Posted by nealnick5 View Post
So this winter I had a variegated nana Thai/Namwa/TaNee about 8ft in a 55+ gal pot all summer. After cutting, it was about 5ft in a 55+ gal pot. It was kept indoors at 70F, but I let it dry out too much and it lost 2 pups due to rot. It's back outside right now and the mother stem has only pushed out a fraction of a leaf about 1 foot long. I'm assuming the roots are f***** up. So, should I sever all roots to the corm and replant, or leave as is? "As is" means little to no growth. Something is clearly wrong. Maybe just dig up to see what's going on with the corm? Please let me know. Thank you! I feel like I could be wasting time by doing nothing.
It is still early in the season....I would inspect those roots and soil.
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