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Thread: Transplant shock or *gasp* root rot!?

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    The tank is open, but there are no fans. I can setup fans for the tank, however as that's not a problem.

    Should I be thinking of taking cuttings, or do you think they'll pull through?

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    I just set a computer fan within the tank now to increase circulation. In addition, I've also sprayed the nepenthes with a sulfur-based fungicide. Still, I'm curious if this is enough or too little too late? If it is, should I be taking cuttings of the plant?

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    Might want to treat with Bayer advanced fungicide. Its a systemic and it it is fungal will help with it.

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    Sorry I didn't notice that other stuff on FB. I just keyed into the black spots indicated in the question.

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    No, I think you're right...it's definitely seeming to be fungus. I'll get some of the Bayer advanced. Thanks.

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