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Q.I Have A Monstera On An Indoor Patio That Gets Plenty Of Light And Is In A Warm Sunny Position In The Mornings And Shaded In The

Zone Brisbane Australia 4006 | Anonymous added on April 13, 2021 | Answered

afternoons. The plant was doing very well for about a year and now suddenly the leaves are getting black spots and rotting on the plant. I’ve cut these leaves off but it just seems to be travelling down the entire plant. Could somebody please give me some advise on saving this plant or should I cut my losses and get rid of it? Included is a picture of the leaves

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Answered on April 15, 2021

You may have some stem rot or root rot going on. If you want to try to save it, quickly replant it in fresh soil and a clean container. Examine the roots and cut off any that are dark and/or mushy. Here is more:


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