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Q.Why Is My Night Blooming Cereus Browning?

Zone 32266 | Anonymous added on April 2, 2023 | Answered

The newly sprouted pieces look burned in areas despite no direct sunlight. I don’t see any insects. What should I try?

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Answered on April 3, 2023

Has the watering changed? Browning can indicate too much moisture in the soil or too much shade. Was the container moved to a new location?

To be on the safe side, you may want to take cuttings off the non-affected leaves and start a new plant, just in case.


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