Dracaena Plants
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My Mass Cane needs help!!

Zone PL1 5LT | Mateusz Wojtala added on February 4, 2017 | Answered

My Dracaena seems to be dying!! Any help or advice would be much appreciated. She started losing leaves around 6 months ago (the leaves were becoming yellow/brown from the tip side and then going dead one by one) so there are hardly few left. Originally, I thought that I watered it too often, so I started to do a week-10 days water intervals but it didn't helped. I have noticed that the cane itself became dark brown/blackish at the base where it meets the soil. The soil surface itself is being covered with a layer of like white meshy stuff, which I'm removing every week. I have recently put it in the new pot with some fresh soil mix and I can be sure that there is a bit is a drainage (put some of the little stones as a first layer in the pot) to see if it helps but, unfortunately, there is no result after a month (it actually getting worse and worse). I have attached some pictures showing current condition of the plant. This plant is super important for me so any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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Downtoearthdigs
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Answered on February 6, 2017

Make sure that the pot has a drainage hole, that excess moisture can drain from the container.
Always check the soil, don't water on a schedule.
It sounds like the soil is wet, I believe your describing mold on the surface of the soil.
Here is a link to refresh you on the care requirements.
https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/dracaena/dracaena-houseplant-care.htm

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