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Old 07-27-2020, 08:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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WSWhy my banana leaf turing brown near the peliote you can see it in picture please help me sorting this out
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Back up and take a full view of the plant, pot, and soil. The above is too close and blurred. I can enlarge the areas I need to see.
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It’s hard to say from the picture, I had an issue with mine when I tried to rinse dirt out of the top of it and I damaged the emerging leaf. Did you do anything like that recently?
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If we are talking about an emerging leaf, that is most likely a sign of stress that happened 7-10 days ago. Under-watered, over-watered, roots disturbed by ?, etc.

If the next leaf looks normal, move on with you life. If not, time to figure out what is wrong with the roots.

One bad leaf is not a concern.
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Old 07-27-2020, 07:13 PM   #7 (permalink)
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if the black rot is all the way around in the new leaf cut it off and keep cutting down lower until there is no black rot in the new leaf
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you can't tell from pic if the rot is from the bottom up or not. if it is you need to cut down to where it has started from and remove all black rot, even if it goes all the way down to the corm.
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Here is the another look.
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link Doesn't work. Use the little yellow picture of a mountain just above.


Quote me and look here. ^


Then copy the top url under the photo. Then hit the mountain. Do what it says. See if it works.
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Agree. If the black portions are dry/crispy you can leave them. If they are wet/mushy/juicy, then any portion that is like that needs to be removed as far as you have to go, all the way down to the corm.
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Agree. If the black portions are dry/crispy you can leave them. If they are wet/mushy/juicy, then any portion that is like that needs to be removed as far as you have to go, all the way down to the corm.
Thank for your response and yea it has dried. I think it is not a big concern.
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