mmcpherson0563 at rogers.com
Fri Feb 14 08:14:18 EST 2003
Hi Joe ,I once had gnats or what I think were gnats.I just stopped watering
the plants as much -drying out the soil before watering.I would let them get
to the point were they would start showing signs of not enough water.
When I did water them.I would give them just enough to come back , also I
found injecting water with a syringe a few inches below the soil worked
better than the plants that I just poured small amounts of water on.Both
methods did not hurt the plants other than losing a few leaves but it did
get rid of the problem.
I try not to use any type of pesticide of chemical other than fertilizer on
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"John Doe" <halogen8 at nospam.hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> My plants seem to have this fungus growing on the top of the soil. It
> appears as a white powder in splotches around the soil. Here are pictures
> to better explain:
> I am also having problems with gnats, that I think hatched in the soil,
> are now flying all around the apartment. I have tried spraying soapy
> on the top of the soil, but no luck. Anyone know what caused these or how
> to get rid of them?
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