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by michael 47 on November 01, 2004 10:40 PM
i may have over watered my new aloe.
i read here they don't need much this time of year. just grin and bear it or any remedy for now. thank you.

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mike
by lizheaemma on November 02, 2004 04:13 AM
The one thing that I do if I have really gotten a plant way to wet is either put a big old towel under the drainage hole and it will act as a wick and suck up quite a bit of it. The other option is to take it out of the pot, (this works best if the plant has lots of roots and will hold together well out of the pot and I wrap the soil first with paper towel and then with a bath towel and again let it wick up the water.

Hope that helps.
Ali
by plantgirl on November 02, 2004 07:08 AM
Check out Bill's very excellent detailed advice for my poor overwatered Aloe in the Aloe, palms and more post. That should help.
by loz on November 02, 2004 07:42 AM
Good advice plantgirl.....I'll go ahead and post the link here so Michael can find it easy. [thumb]

laura [Smile]

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