Common diseases and control methods of Echeveria Runyonii

Written by Maggie

Sep 18 2021

Common diseases and control methods of Echeveria Runyonii

When Echeveria Runyonii suffers from rust, we need to strengthen its ventilation management, and need to clean with clear water plant, spraying carbendazim control.As developing coal disease, we also need to clean plant, and for the replacement of the soil, spraying chlorothalonil fungicide.As black rot and root rot rotten part, first of all we need to handle to replace the soil, irrigation with disinfection, etc. It is good to control.

Echeveria Runyonii

1, Rust of Echeveria Runyonii

Echeveria runyonii has a strong vitality, but if it is not properly maintained and the environment is not ventilated, it is easy to suffer from rust. The leaves will appear hairy, which will affect the growth of the plant in the sun. The plant needs to be washed with clean water once, the ventilation environment needs to be maintained, and the plant needs to be sprayed with polycyllium and other drugs for prevention and control.

2. Bituminous coal disease of Echeveria Runyonii

If echeveria runyonii (Echeveria Topsy Turvy) suffers from bituminous coal disease, its leaves will show irregular black spots and then gradually spread. At this time, the plant also needs to be cleaned and treated. It is better to replace the soil and restore maintenance of the plant, and the plant should be sprayed with bactericide such as chlorothene.

Echeveria Runyonii

3. Black rot of Echeveria Runyonii

In general, in common diseases and control methods of Echeveria Runyonii, do not give it a lot of water and fertilizer, nor sprinkle water and fertilizer on the plant. It is easy to cause it to suffer from black rot, leaves will become black rot. It needs to be treated immediately, and the plant should be sprayed, soil spraying disinfectant prevention.

4. Root rot of Echeveria Runyonii

Echeveria Runyonii (Echeveria Topsy Turvy) is also prone to root rot when growing. Its roots will rot gradually, making it impossible for its plants to grow in the soil. Eventually, the plants will wither and die. The rotting roots need to be cut off immediately, and it is best to replace the soil, and the soil should be poured into the carbapenem, chlorothalonil and other agents.

Echeveria Runyonii