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Posted 1M ago by @user0c3fd12f

Help! Liquid food hurt

My taro plant looks unsalvageable after a rough winter and liquid plant food. Anything I can do?
11” pot
Last watered 1 week ago
Looks salvageable, as it is still green and not dead. I would suggest maybe trimming the leaves but I am not the person to rely on in this situation πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ I would wait till someone else maybe answers as this is just a suggestion. Good luck! πŸ‘ πŸ˜‰
Also I just realized we’re name twins! πŸ˜„
Just flush the nitrogen out of the pot. It took me 2 gallons of water.
That window if you put your hand against the window, is it hot or cold? That’s possibly part
@PlantJedi how come all your plants look really good?
@user0c3fd12f apologies for not explaining properly. She’s suffering from nitrogen poisoning. You have to flush out the nitrogen with water. It needs to happen soon as possible because nitrogen poisoning will hollow out the stem and then the leaves can’t be saved. You don’t have drainage so that is very difficult. To save her… I would flush out the nitrogen by watering her every 2 days with 3 cups of water.
@WarmStarsedge preventive maintenance routines, air purifier, and humidifiers. Paired them with plants that like similar environmental settings… humid plants together will share the water in the air together. Dry plants will grow faster shaded bright light. Have positive emotions when you touch them. (Humans have a positive electrical charge when happy. We give off frequencies and radio waves so they feel all of it)