From: chris moody (
Date: Mon May 17 1999 - 13:24:41 PDT

Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 13:24:41 PDT
From: "chris moody" <>
Message-Id: <aabcdefg1712$foo@default>

i used to have a ceph, but it died about two-three weeks after i bought it.
it just when yellow, and pop, it was dead! anyone know the reason it died?


>From: "Michael Hunt" <>
>To: Multiple recipients of list <>
>Subject: Re: CEPHALOTUS
>Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 13:08:35 -0700
>I had a very healthy pot of Cephalotus growing in richly colored sphagnum
>moss. This plant had flourished for several years. I noticed some white
>fungus growing on a part of it last year. Removed it and some of the moss.
>Two days later the whole plant was dead and the fungus had come back. Maybe
>I should have used a fungicide, but most likely it was too late. I was
>reluctant to use fungicide as it seems to kill off sphagnum as well.
>I would use a fungicide pronto. I've heard this is a rather common with
>Cephalotus? I'm guessing the environment that created it was stagnant air.
>----- Original Message -----
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>Sent: Monday, May 17, 1999 1:20 PM
> > I am having a problem with a white "mold" or "fungus" on the top of the
> > around my Cephalotus plants. Does this sound familiar to anyone? If
> > need a suggestion on how to rid my soil of this. I have removed it but
> > just comes back!
> >
> > Thanks!
> >


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