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by squirt on October 22, 2004 07:57 PM
hello, i have regretably, apparently, overwatered my aloe plant. The longest leaf is about 20cm high and thick and there are 5 prominant leaves, once coming up in the middle. I just came home and the stem had given way, it was rotten all the way though. There is a 1 in. stalk left with the leaves seemingly healthy. Is there anything i can do with this.

by Newt on October 24, 2004 11:22 AM
Hi Squirt,
Usually once a succulent gets overwatered to the point that there is rot, there isn't anything that can be done to save it. Let it dry out before you water again.

Good luck,

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by njoynit on October 26, 2004 08:14 PM
you can put the damaged leaf in a zippie bag in your fridge and use when you get cuts& burns.

make sure your pot has good drainage,that way less likely for overwatering.I grow mine in ground then is grown in pot from Nov-March.Its not gonna fit in last years pot.still wondering what will pot up in .sorry bout your aloe.I have one stem with a nice BB hole from hubby healed up too.

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