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Cut off the chewed ends with sharp secateurs to leave a clean cut - I can see growth buds in a few places, so probably they will regrow. You may need to snip off any upper parts which are obviously dead after growth begins. Then you need to find a way to stop the dog chewing everything...


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Yes it would effect the root development as the plant grows out of the seedling stage. Roots develop to best serve the plants needs depending on its given location based on basic rules. if the growing medium keeps drying on the outside edges of the rectangle pot and the centre is kept moist, then the roots will go towards the water, which happens to be ...


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If it is winter where you are you can expect a change in colour. This is due to the change in light levels. The other damage is probably frost damage. I believe this is Agave desmettiana, Smooth Agave, the only Agave I know that this smooth in texture with none to very small spines along the edges. This Agave is not frost tolerant. It come from a warm ...


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