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by syl726 on February 25, 2004 06:46 PM
The Chinese evergreen I received about two months ago is still in water/plant food. I wanted the roots to get a little longer before I put in soil. Two days ago, I noticed two of the leaves tips are turning yellow/brown. What's causing it? Should I go ahead and put it in soil now? The roots length range from new nubs, to half an inch, to an inch.
by Jiffymouse on February 26, 2004 02:14 AM
syl, i would go ahead and plant it. waiting for longer roots will just prolong the transition. if you go now, the nubs can develope into "soil" roots instead of "water" roots. their structure is slightly different.
by syl726 on February 26, 2004 05:42 PM
Thanks Jiffymouse! I'll do it at soon as I get home.

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