In the previous part of this series, we learned that a couple of plants had been invaded by white dust, which is probably a fungus. Of some kind.
I threw out the main offender, cleaned the area, sprayed anti-fungal stuff on the other plants nearby, and scrubbed down like in one of those horror movies.
I continued treating the affected plants religiously, day by day, wiping fungus and spraying Atamon. Or, to be more precise, and perhaps slightly more truthful, I kinda forgot (or suppressed; my False Memory Regression Therapist might help me with that one) the entire issue, and weeks (months?) kinda passed by.
So the other day I had a look at the remaining plants in that window:
Eek! Infested! And the plant looks like it’s collapsing:
It used to be all healthy and stuff.
I’ve now thrown that one out, too, and scrubbed down again.
No more new plants until this is under control! I mean, except for these I just bought:
That’s a … er … let’s see. I’m gonna guess aloe, crassula and the last one is, of course, some kind of sansevieria.