A: Succulents are easy to propagate but you do need to callus the end of the stem or leaf petiole before you place it in soil. … You can place them in soil sooner if the stem end or the part where the leaf was attached to the stem has callused. The callus is where the end dries and hardens a bit.
Herein, why are there bumps on my succulent?
More causes rough spots, bumps or blisters on the leaves of succulents and other plants. … Succulent edema indicates an imbalance in the plant that you want to correct, but it is not a fatal condition. It’s actually an early warning signal to correct your growing conditions to avoid more serious damage.
Also question is, how long do succulents callus last?
Allow the cut end to dry (callus) for at least 4 or 5 days. Lay it on a paper towel. Avoid the sun. Turn long pieces frequently so that they don’t develop roots along their side edges.
How do you know when succulent callus?
Next, look at the bottom of your cutting. The plants should have a “callous” on them, meaning that the bottom of the plant has dried out. This forms a few days after cutting the succulent, so you should wait a few days before planting freshly cut succulents.
Remove mealybugs and scale using cotton swabs dipped in alcohol. Spraying the plant with a dilute alcohol solution (1:3) may help control pests that are not easily visible but the solution may damage the epidermis of sensitive cacti and succulents. Test a small area before spraying the entire plant.
The most common reason for brown leaves on succulents is sunburn or sun damage. If you’ve recently moved your plant to a bright location, or if you’ve recently had a heatwave or intense heat and you notice your plants have brown spots on their leaves, these spots are equivalent to sunburn.