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Old 05-21-2020, 10:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Corm or root rot?

Any idea what’s going on? They’re turning dark and falling over. This has happened to 5 out of 8 of my Grand Nains. The other 3 seem to be doing OK. Had in greenhouse in pots over winter and never got below 40. Once I put them in the ground, they never even tried to come out. Anyway to save them?

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Default Re: Corm or root rot?

pull the plants and inspect roots/corm.. if mushy then yes it was rot. I'm sub tropical so I don't have experience with container growing but i'm aware to much water in winter is a bad thing for them.
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