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    root rot

    Is there a way to treat root rot?
    Nepenthes Ampullaria, Spectabilis Sibuatan, Peltata, X Miranda, Ventricosa, Spathulata,
    and Veitchii x spectibilis
    Cephalotus Follicularis Typical, unknown, and Czech Giant.
    Dionaea Muscipula Ginormous, B52, Red Piranha, Bohemian Garnet, Gremlin, Dente, King Henry and Big Mouth.

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    On what genus?

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    As a last ditch effort for any plant, you can either trim the rotted tissues away and hope for the best, or clip the roots off completely and hope that they can reroot on their own.

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    Dionaea m. Ginormous. Does it look like it? I see new growth.
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    Dionaea Muscipula Ginormous, B52, Red Piranha, Bohemian Garnet, Gremlin, Dente, King Henry and Big Mouth.

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    I don't see anything wrong with that plant. It looks quite healthy, actually. Rot on Dionaea would set in on the rhizome, not the roots, both of which look healthy.

    If anything, it looks like it could use more light.

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    I agree looks good, would like to see it have longer roots,is in a deep pot?

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    yay. Thanks guys. Its in a 4" pot for now.
    Nepenthes Ampullaria, Spectabilis Sibuatan, Peltata, X Miranda, Ventricosa, Spathulata,
    and Veitchii x spectibilis
    Cephalotus Follicularis Typical, unknown, and Czech Giant.
    Dionaea Muscipula Ginormous, B52, Red Piranha, Bohemian Garnet, Gremlin, Dente, King Henry and Big Mouth.

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    I agree, more light and a nice new pot
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