Solutions to leaf rot and shrivel of Echeveria Runyonii

Written by Maggie

Sep 18 2021

Solutions to leaf rot and shrivel of Echeveria Runyonii

In the process of Echeveria Runyonii growth, if it's too muchlight, it will burn plants, which need shade sunscreen.Excessive watering leads to roots rotting, cut off the rotten roots, and reconfigure basin soil in its maintenance. In winter low temperature frostbite decompose leaf dry, cut frostbited blade, but also to control the temperature of 5 ℃ above.Improve ventilation management when Echeveria Runyonii suffers from diseases, and give its spraying corresponding medicament prevention and cure of diseases and pests.

Echeveria Runyonii

1. Sunscreen for Echeveria Runyonii

Echeveria Runyonii has a certain drought tolerance. It likes to grow in the sun. However, if it is overwatered in summer, its leaves will dry up and rot.

2. Cut the roots and change the soil for Echeveria Runyonii

If the root rot of echeveria runyonii was caused by excessive watering and fertilization during the breeding process, the leaves would also dry up and rot. The plants should be taken out of the pot soil immediately.All the rotten parts should be treated, and the new suitable pot soil should be rearranged, and the plants should be put into the pot for curing.

Echeveria Runyonii

3. Keep Echeveria Runyonii warm in winter

In the low temperature environment in winter, it is easy for Echeveria Runyonii (Echeveria Topsy Turvy) to suffer frostbite on the leaves of its plants, which will lead to the dry and rotting of the leaves. What is the best solution? First, all the branches and leaves of the plants should be treated, and the temperature should be controlled above 5℃, so as to provide enough sunlight for the plants to grow better.

4. Pests and diseases of Echeveria Runyonii

In general, when Echeveria Runyonii is harmed by aphids, starworms and other diseases and insects, it will affect the normal growth of plants in the soil, and also make the leaves dry and rot. The plants can be artificially treated with toothpicks, washed with clean water, and sprayed with corresponding diseases and insects for control.

Echeveria Runyonii