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Corn plant - yellow leaves

Cassandra cassandrae at earthlink.net
Wed Feb 13 09:54:04 EST 2002

Lol, not a regulator, regulate.  It's important to try to h2o the plant at
the same time every week or every other week, depending on it's needs.
If it is mushy from overwatering, it may not be to late.  Dry it out and
then lessen the h2o for a month or two.  If it's mushy from underwatering,
give it a bit more for a month or so.  I've seen it work on Marginatas and
Yuccas.  Not my own,  but when a business has a plant in a board room that
is always occupied and you can't get in to h2o it for a month, it happens.
It may lose a cane, but you may be able to save some of the plant!

"Cereoid*" <cereoid at prodigy.net> wrote in message
news:6Kra8.2781$Wn.518341697 at newssvr17.news.prodigy.com...
> Hey Cassandra, you forgot to include "bad karma"!!!
> Too much love can be bad for your cane, even in the bedroom.
> If your cane is soft and mushy, it is far too late to save it now.
> Especially if it has little black dots all over it!!!
> How do you put a regulator on the H2O?
> Cassandra <cassandrae at earthlink.net> wrote in message
> news:ENja8.2994$P21.296105 at newsread1.prod.itd.earthlink.net...
> > Possibly to much water??  To little?  How does the cane feel?  Is it
> mushy?
> > Make sure you only give the plant water when it is throughly dry.
> > Do the leaves have black little dots on it?  Could be a fungus.  My
> > try would be to try to regulate the H2O.
> >
> > "DTM2001" <dtm2001 at rogers.com> wrote in message
> > news:50S78.633$WHj1.597 at news1.bloor.is...
> > > Hi, I have this corn plant that I love very much...
> > >
> > > Recently on one side it has gotten two yellow leaves which makes me
> > worried
> > > that all of it will turn colour and die.
> > >
> > > This plant is in a bedroom and it's facing north so the sunlight is
> > > non-existent, however during the day it's getting quite enough light.
> > >
> > > Help what can I do?
> > >
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > >
> > >
> > > /Dan
> > >

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