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How to save pandan from repot shock

#1 User is offline   herbaltea7415 

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Posted 11 July 2017 - 10:00 AM

My pandan is suffering from shock after repotting. Now it is drying up (leaves becoming thin and dry but yet to be brown) and emitting strong fragrance....but I want to revive it. Is it possible? What should I do?

I believe it all started during repotting. It became infested with ants recently and after several attempts with sprays/solutions etc, the ants were still around. I had to repot to change the soil.
During the process, I also trimmed away some small roots at the end and a couple of soft roots. Had to do so to remove all soil with ants. Then I repotted it into new soil. However it started to dry up.

I just added some organic fertiliser and keeps watering daily. Is there anything else I can do?

Thanks, appreciate any experienced advice.

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Posted 22 August 2017 - 02:53 AM

try keep it away from the blazing sun or keep it in shade with some sun light.
and wait......
have you tried terro it quite effective

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