Last year, African violets that I had enjoyed for several years slowly wasted away, with no apparent culprit except a fuzzy white mould on the soil. I tried underwatering until they were parched, but it did no good. The plants were in a large airy room, in indirect sunlight. This year, I've just found the mould on four healthy, new, flowering violets. They've been in the house
about two months. Any suggestions on how I can save the plants?
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