Last Updated on March 26, 2022 by Sam
This tutorial will teach you how to save a succulent that is suffering from root rot. It’s actually not as hard as it seems, and this process can be used for any plant with stem rot or blackened roots. You’ll need: sterile potting soil, rooting hormone powder, your healthy succulent (or one in the same condition), scissors
The “how to save overwatered succulents” is a popular topic. There are many ways that people have done this, but the most common way is by using a jar of water and placing it in the soil.
The “mushy succulent leaves” is a common problem that can be fixed by rooting the plant.
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