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Nothing to worry about from harm to your plant point of view - it's a slime mould, Fuligo septica, often commonly called dogs' vomit slime mould or scrambled egg mould. The toadstool is unrelated to the slime mould. Both are present because of damp, shady conditions at soil level and are associated with the woody material on top of the soil/mulch. The yellow ...


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Looks like too much water, or a deficiency..try some chelated iron and/or some epsom salt magnesium sulfate even a "miracle grow type" fertilizer can help the issue some, but will take more applications to get the results you want but i wouldn't do so until next water cycle, or in the heat of the day..a good indicator of when to water tomatoes is ...


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I think your cactus has rot, and it will spread to the unaffected ones if you don't take action. I would separate the affected one from the two healthy ones, to prevent spreading. The one that is affected can be saved by cutting off the upper part (which is still healthy green), and try to let it grow roots (propagation by cuttings). While you are cutting, ...


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I had a similar thing happen to my mint plant. I found that the following worked I took some cuttings and put the bottom in water until roots grew then planted them in the pot evenly spaced Cut back any rotten/dying leaves and stems. Mint plants are quite resilient and should grow back. In the past I have had to cut mine all the way back to just a single ...


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It is a bracket fungus, and it spells the death of your tree. That can take some time, but you say you noticed the fungus on the other trunk that broke during a wind, which means this has been going on for some time. As you've observed, the rot takes place inside the tree, and the bracket fungus appears some time later, as it progresses. There is nothing ...


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I looks like mostly moss with small bits of light green lichen. I doubt either will harm the tree.


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The photo looks normal; the fronds that lay against the surface turn brown . They do not stay green like the regular fronds. I have a very large one, the only problem it ever had is scale insects .About the only way I know to kill them is scrape them off with a finger nail . So ,check for scale occasionally .


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It is larva eating the live layer of bark ( cambrium ?). Not fungus. Borers go into the wood and generally leave only a small hole in the bark.


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Definitely fungus and I have the same on my seedlings. I have looked and looked with a microscope but there are no bugs anywhere.


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