I think my Indian Rubber Plant (indoor) is dying!

ask and ye shall know damean at juno.com
Sun Jan 4 00:18:18 EST 1998


I would propagate and if it comes down to repoting then you would do some
good to add a nice layer of perlight or vermiculight in the bottom to help
with keeping the roots dry and try a realy light soil mix
jenkins wrote in message <01bd1437$50b8ff60$8c018ed0 at default>...
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>Anne Gillen <ez049617 at dilbert.ucdavis.edu> wrote in article
><681aap$te$1 at mark.ucdavis.edu>...
>> : Help
>> : How do I know if my plant is overwatered.  I think the leaves are
>beginning
>> : to sag.
>> : The problem is it's potted in a huge pot container that do not have any
>> : outlet at the bottom.  Please don't advise me to repot it because it's
>> : quite a huge plant.
>> : What can i do - i can't bear to see it die.
>> :
>> : rtaye at pacific.net.sg
>>
>>
>> I suggest you propagate the plant befor you loose it.   Then you can
>start
>> over with a properly drained container.
>>
>>
>> Anne
>>
>
>Try tipping the pot on its edge and taking a drill and drill several holes
>in the
>bottom of the pot.
>Mark





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