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Dracaena Root Rot

Dracaena Root Rot

Dracaena is a succulent shrub, of which there are roughly 120 species. These plants are native to Africa, Southern Asia, Northern Australia and Central America. They are low maintenance and

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Orchid Root Rot

Orchid Root Rot

Orchid plants, with the scientific name Orchidaceae, are flowering plants with over 25,000 species distributed around the world. These perennials are popular indoor plants with flowers that come in a

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Jade Plant Root Rot

Jade Plant Root Rot

Jade plants, with the scientific name Crassula ovata, are succulent houseplants with fleshy, oval-shaped leaves. These plants are native to Mozambique and South Africa, can grow three to six feet

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African Violet Root Rot

African Violet Root Rot

African violets get root root when their roots are sitting in constantly waterlogged soil. The roots will suffocate and die in this anaerobic environment, and they will then begin to

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Peace Lily Root Rot

Peace Lily Root Rot

Like most houseplants, the peace lily is susceptible to root rot if its roots have been damaged and left vulnerable to opportunistic pathogens. The root damage can be due to

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Monstera Root Rot

Root rot in monstera plants is caused by a fungal infection, which is usually due to overwatering the plant. When the roots of the plant become waterlogged, it creates an

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Money Tree Root Rot

Money Tree Root Rot

The money tree is a low-maintenance indoor houseplant that is popular among novice plant owners. One of the most common mistakes people make when growing money trees is overwatering them.

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Spider Plant Root Rot

Spider Plant Root Rot

Spider plants are low-maintenance, which makes them good starter plants for novice gardeners. One of the most common conditions to affect spider plants is root rot, and the most common

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Mushroom Root Rot

Mushroom Root Rot

Mushroom root rot is a disease that affects a wide range of trees, including hickories and oaks, as well as other conifers and hardwoods. It is caused by the Armillaria

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