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    Hydroton instead of Akadama

    Hi Robert, The first picture looks like the volcanic sand has lumped up together and no longer in pieces. Just curious, do you guys use purely volcanic sand (100%)? I've tried using pure volcanic sand from Indonesia (sieved to 2-6 mm sizes) to replace the old soil of my bonsais...
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    Help to identify disease on moss

    The funny thing is they've been doing well for so long...only now it's starting to show problems. I've removed half of the moss (do not want to entirely expose the root underneath the moss before the weekend when do I re-potting). Thanks guys for the advice!
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    Help to identify disease on moss

    The soil is definitely waterlogged. I see these little punks on the moss, definitely time to change the soil to better drainage soil (and I've got a nice pot from Sara Rayner!): Fungus Gnat/ Scarid Fly are tiny flies that can be seen flying around trees that are kept indoors. The flies...
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    Help to identify disease on moss

    Hi october and Ryan, Thanks very much for your prompt reply! I am about to re-pot and change the soil of this tree so I was actually thinking of totally removing the moss from the tree. The reason the moss was put on this tree was to retain the moisture from watering since the tree was a...
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    Help to identify disease on moss

    Hi All, I need help to identify if my moss is being attacked by mold or any types of fungal diseases (it looks greenish and some of them turn black). I have attached 2 pics. I water the tree - premna obtusifolia - twice a day (morning & night). The only pesticide i use is organic neem oil...
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