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Old 09-22-2021, 04:42 AM
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As in arrived in a soggy medium?
I don't remember it being particularly soggy but had the standard compressed sphagnum clump indeed Repotted it immediatelly as i usually do - in fact i prefer to use leca too. Treated with fungicide and it was all okay for 2 months until the rot finally decided to develop further. We'll see how it goes, i'm trying to be optimistic as always
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I don't remember it being particularly soggy but had the standard compressed sphagnum clump indeed Repotted it immediately as i usually do - in fact i prefer to use leca too. Treated with fungicide and it was all okay for 2 months until the rot finally decided to develop further. We'll see how it goes, i'm trying to be optimistic as always
Thanks for mentioning those details. What sort of fungicide did you use?
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Old 09-27-2021, 05:41 AM
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Sorry i didn't see you reply. It was Amistar, we don't have anything else here locally :S
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