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Indoor Plants, Soil not drying, Mould and Fungus Gnats

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 13:44


If you have black mould I would really recommend you address this as it could possibly lead to respiratory and other damp related problems, let alone underperforming plants.

Upstairs is where the warm moist air that rises will condense as it cools and "wet" everything.

Get them windows open. It helps all-round.

How to kill an elm?

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 13:07

PP. Oh Tee Hee.

You come across on here so nicely I wouldn’t want to Copper you.

Non paying guests in water butt

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 13:04

Difficult to tell exactly, but if they are 1cm long now and the larvae of Midge/Mosquito they will grow to be the size of pigeons!!!

My guess is dragon fly larvae.

Indoor Plants, Soil not drying, Mould and Fungus Gnats

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 12:51

Just off the top of my head, you could try opening a couple of windows. That could be a start and see if the soil condition improves. Or pop the plants out, pull some of the wet medium off and repot using fresh "dry" compost.

Indoor Plants, Soil not drying, Mould and Fungus Gnats

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 12:31

If the surrounding air is already heavy and moist it will slow the drying process somewhat.

Try improving air circulation and reduce watering.

Cucumber leaves turning white

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 12:12

Reduce watering could be a possible answer, and let it dry out a bit. Plants need to breath under the soil and overwatering can result in “drowning”.

How to kill an elm?

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 12:08

Copper nails again. Just bang a few in.

Blackwall Water Butt

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 09:28

Sorry Lucid but I couldn’t resist.

Under features it does say child safe locking lid.

Just looks like you are going to have to wait a while………….

Monty - just saying......

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 09:01

I like Monty, but I must say he is very much like me and suits. We don’t complement each other.

I went to a clothes shop and asked if they had a readymade suit to fit me and the assistant replied, "if we do we will have sack the tailor…………"

killing ivy

Posted: 24/05/2016 at 08:57

A couple of copper nails, low down on the trunk should do the trick.

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