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  • Catherine Connelly 6 days ago

    Thanks for this. I’ve got chillies and oak Choi sharing a tank and the Bok Choi has to come out as it’s huge . My set up is pathetic because The just mocked it up with stiff cardboard with holes cut out and the cardboard ( unsurprisingly) is collapsing . I can change them over now quite happily .

  • Carole Morin 6 days ago

    I get it all the time and I don’t know why. I use hydrogen peroxide but it doesn’t seem to be enough. I had 2 Harvests with Phlox and Stock flowers and they lasted 1 or 2 months and, in just a couple of days, dried up and died. I’m going to try changing the water every time I add nutrients. Maybe that’ll help.

  • Esther Lee 6 days ago

    You mentioned that a pump will help with root growth. However, the roots of my plant breaks down and rotted. I had to trim off most of the root and changed to kratky method. What may be the problem?

  • Diesel Power 6 days ago

    Hi Khang,

    Since March I have a single monster sized Brainstrain growing in my 9 pod Aerogarden – It's like a Bonsai..!! I am getting a bit concerned that the trunk is going to split the pod cover? With your experience, do you think it's possible? Do you think I'm safe to leave it? Thanks.

  • GSM GURUS 6 days ago

    Your likely always going to get root rot due to the amount of light reaching those roots

  • Linden Sheffield 6 days ago

    Excellent and very helpful, thank you Khang!

  • All the good stuff 6 days ago

    Why do the roots rot in the first place?? How can we avoid root rot?

  • FishZilla 6 days ago

    Have you ever tried Cattappa leaves for root rot prevention and lower PH? I use these in my fish tanks to lower PH and offer anti fungal properties. Root rot is essentially a fungus. Thanks!

  • TheRiffingFatboy 6 days ago

    How to save your plants – use compost and worm castings in your own homemade organic soil

  • Asaduzzaman Biplob 6 days ago

    Amazing!!! Great job!!!

  • Christina Cyrus 6 days ago

    You rock dude! I wondered what to do if that happened. Thank you!

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  • j Rumbleseed 6 days ago

    In that particular scene, root rot is brought on by the amount of light at the root zone. It MUST be dark. Also there are signs of algae, which again points to too much light at the root zone.

  • Tarno Bejo 6 days ago

    It doesnt really work out when you live in tropical island X-P

  • Dorothy D 6 days ago

    What do you do when you have root rot in a container potted plant that is outside?

  • Amr Maher 6 days ago

    I found using hydrogen peroxide extremely effective with reversing root rot

  • Robert Hart 6 days ago

    I soaked mine in 5-10% H2O2 several times a day for 3-5 days to prevent reoccurrence

  • Petani Pelaut 6 days ago

    Thank you for the confirmation, greetings to fellow hobbies