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Date Posted: 19:51:22 08/25/07 Sat
Author: Katherine Molloy (Exasperated)
Subject: Adenium obesum over or underwatering?

I have recently come across a tray of Adenium obesum seedlings in 50mm tubes which i believe have been severely over watered. They are less than 3cm high, have nearly no-existent roots and have to compete with a healthy amount of moss. The little caudexes are shriveled and have a 'pinched' look as though someone has squeezed them. My question is, is this pinched look a result of the over watering also?, can they recover? It has been suggested to me that this shriveled look is due to under watering, could it be both in succession?

Katherine, Townsville

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