Help on Guava losing stability

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Help on Guava losing stability

Post  Brunsai on Sat Jan 18, 2014 3:36 am

Good day guys, especially folks in the tropics,

Here's a Guava that was collected in June of last year.

(Pardon me for the Bougainvillea cutting on the right)


Right before Christmas, I was delighted to see that it started shooting out buds




But in the past 48 hours, I noticed a drastic change. The leaves started to wilt and are turning black from the tip inwards.






It's been in the same spot since I got it - open air, away from direct sunlight and watered twice a day.

The material is planted in riversand, and no rooting hormone or fertilizers are used.

I'd hate to say bye to this one, great find, and such a shame to lose a unique guava like this one.

Hope you guys could help me out on this.

Thanks guys!

Brunsai
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Re: Help on Guava losing stability

Post  Guest on Sat Jan 18, 2014 4:22 am

reduce the water. it could be drowning, just maintain moisture on the soil , not dry and not overwatered. and you can put it in partial sunlight.

regards,
jun.  Smile 

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Re: Help on Guava losing stability

Post  Brunsai on Sat Jan 18, 2014 4:29 am

That's it.
Thanks again Jun, much appreciated...
Really looking forward to visiting your garden one of these days. I'm just around the Q.C. area.

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