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Posted 3w ago by @BunnyMummy

This white fungus or mold has taken a few of my babies. I did a spider mite treatment with soap, alcohol, and water last Saturday . Then this happened. I just applied Neem oil to my plants. Cold it be from the humidifiers I keep on?
Iโ€™m so over this! I canโ€™t believe Iโ€™m dealing with this now! I paid my dues with spider mites ๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜– helpโ€ฆplease! #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantAddict #PestControl #GregGang
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Last watered 2 weeks ago
I agree with @LatiTish84 Definitely mold. You could try to turn the top bit of the soil over to help with the soil moisture and Aeration of the soil. Would try using a fan to help with circulation as well.
Iโ€™m having the same issue with a few of mine.. Iโ€™ve been spraying hydrogen peroxide on the soil
@NMazon I tried peroxide already to no avail ๐Ÿ˜”
@LatiTish84 thanks ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ
@Gordo thank you so much.
@BunnyMummy Do you have a humidity sensor? That could help you control excess moisture in the future. Some days I want to turn mine on, but check first and itโ€™s already 65% humidity in the room. ๐Ÿ˜…

Are they in the soil you got them in, or your own mix? I would definitely take @Gordoโ€™s advice first, but if it comes back, maybe consider a soil change.?

Also, I love your nail color!
@Kace yes, they are all in the soil they came in. I initially wanted to change the soil once I seen it. I will try @gordo first then if that didnโ€™t help, I will repot. I will definitely get a humidity testerโ€ฆI do live in ga after all! Thank you
@BunnyMummy Good luck!
The white mold could indicate damp soil. I would scrape it off and let the soil dry. The mold should not damage your plant.

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