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Old 10-14-2021, 09:35 PM
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Hello, so I purchased a Phrag. Fritz Schomburg, it came with a basal growth that seems it's starting to yellow slightly but the original plant has a yellow leaf that is the last leaf that it grew (top leaf). Underneath I see some rust looking stuff on it and some brown tips as well. Is it a deficiency or a virus/fungus/bacterial disease.... What can I do to make sure it doesn't spread or fix it. I cleaned the leaves with alcohol in case it was mites or something and I put some cinnamon on the leaves.
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The yellow leaf that I see is on a growth that has already bloomed. So, force of nature... it's done and will slowly die back, new growth looks fine.
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Phrags and Paphs grow a fan to maturity and flower from the center of that fan. They make offsets from the sides of the fan either before or after flowering. Then the already-flowered fan dies.
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ahh ok I couldnt find that info online lol ... so thank you guys for replying.
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