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They are roots. The plant is perfectly OK. In the wild they propagate by bits breaking off, growing roots, and starting a new plant. From the picture it looks like you have pruned some stems off, so the plant probably thinks more stems are going to get broken off soon and has started growing some roots in anticipation of that. Many succulents are ...


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Look, this method of drowning will drown the plant as well, cause stress. Using Neem is not a one time thing, normally. I do make up a batch of Neem in a 5 gallon pots and dunk smaller plants, upside down holding the soil in the pot. I'll spray or splash a bit on the surface of the soil but dunking and soaking the entire batch of soil, plant, pot is just ...


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I just did the soaking method with dish soap. I had them on a jade plant I took from an outside garden. I have had them on this plant for a while and finally made the decision to do something about this. I also scrubbed the stems with a toothbrush. I rinsed them very well in laundry sink and them put them back in the bucket over night I still had some in ...


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From what we can see of the leaves most of them look good, except for one or two a bit singed on the tips. This could mean not quite enough watering perhaps during a particularly dry and windy spell, but that is minor. It is normal for the flowers to emerge in profusion and then die off; the plant then goes into a recovery phase where it is nothing but ...


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You can try misting the unopened flowers with water,but essentially, when the blooms open on a plant is variable and exact accuracy about when they will open is not possible. All your Kalanchoe plants are at the blooming stage, and all will open up probably within the next few days.


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If the potting soil was too wet for a while, then it might be fungus gnats, but they don't really look like that, although a magnifying glass would be useful for you to use. Image and information on managing fungus gnats here https://www.almanac.com/pest/fungus-gnats It might just be aphids though, so using a proper insecticide that treats for those ...


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There's an insect of some sort on one or two of the leaves which cannot be seen clearly; you may have a case of scale insect infestation, because the one I can see clearly looks like a little greyish coloured shield on one leaf. Check the underside of the leaves too, as well as the stems, with a magnifying glass if necessary, to determine whether there are ...


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