SYMPTOMS & DIAGNOSIS
- Upper leaves getting wilted, wrinkled, and crispy dry: Underwatered.
- Older leaves turning yellow, transparent and soggy: Overwatered.
- Brown calloused patches on the leaves: Sunburn.
- Stretches or become leggy with elongated growth: Inadequate light.
- Collapsed, mushy, grey-yellow leaves: Frost.
Additionally, how do I know if my succulent has fungus?
When a succulent is infected by powdery mildew, it will most likely look like it has been dusted with a classic white or grayish, powdery coating. It usually starts as circular, powdery white spots on the leaves and stems. And as the infection progresses, the spots will turn yellow-brown and eventually black.
Similarly, what does a dying succulent look like?
Your succulent’s leaves may be looking yellow or transparent and soggy. Your succulent is in the beginning stages of dying from overwatering. Brown or black leaves that look like they’re rotting indicate a more advanced case. So you have to start saving your dying succulents!
What is killing my succulents?
There are a variety of pests that can cause your plant to die. Scale, mealybugs, spider mites, and fungus gnats are all common pests for succulent owners. … Remove dying or rotting leaves and flowers from the plant and from the pot. Don’t allow the soil to retain water for too long.
At the first sign of infestation, spray your collection with Isopropyl 70% (the standard solution). If you find mealies, treat and then isolate the affected plant/s lest the pests spread.
What is farina? Epicuticular wax or farina is a coating of wax that forms a white or blueish silver film on the leaves of succulents. … Succulents that have this are said to be “glaucous” which simply means, according to Webster, “having a powdery or waxy coating that gives a frosted appearance and tends to rub off“.