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Thread: New heli... sad looking. Any tips?

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    Still looks green at the base and roots look white, so might well pull through.

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    Well it's good the vendor is sending a new one out. Lets hope its not in that bad of shape.

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    The news with this little guy just seems to keep getting worse. I looked in on it really closely today, and found that it was nearly covered in some kind of web-like substance. It's also all over the substrate. The only thing I've ever heard of like this is spider mites, and I'm really not pleased with that possibility. Has anyone ever seen anything like this before? A bit of guidance would be awesome here... honestly, I'm freaking out a little bit. Here's the best pic I could get.



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    web substance could be trich....on the otherhand...your potting mix looks very broken down....either that or the quality of your sphagnum is poor?

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    Hmmm... I never thought of that. Could trichoderma really cause that?
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    i've seen it take a similar fashion with Joseph Clemen's ping media. if your plants are in high humid conditions, the chances of the phenotype being caused by spidermites are highly unlikely because they require dry environments to live in.

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    Well, at least I can rule that out then. That terrarium stays in the upper 80's to low 90's in terms of RH. Thanks, dude.
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    Bonjour

    for me a great risk of phytophtora - pythium or botrytis , you must put this heliam in quarantine .with a substrate change( I am surprised by your substrate , what it is ?) , and if you can take off the infected leaves( pitcher).

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