I have a mature cephalotus that developed a white powdery fungus problem. I tried "Serenade Disease Control" which uses the QST 713 strain of Bacillus Subtilis as the active ingredient. Within a short period (2 or so days), the moss surrounding the plant had died, and my little cephalotus's leaves are starting to shrivel and new trap growth is starting to die. After a few day of watching and misting the slow leaf death/shock continues.
Needless to say, I am worried about cultivar sensitivity and my little plant's future health.
I am wondering if anyone else has had this experience?
I am contemplating a full repotting, rinse-off (incl. superthrive of roots) should it be the case that the medium is now poisoned. Opinions?
I don't know. I have never encountered this situation before.
Any wisdom, suggestions, opinions would be appreciated.
respectfully (and hopefully) yours,