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shriveled stem

jbcarr
17 years ago

I have an overwintered plumeria, kept in a pot, watered every so often, and not exposed to cold. The stem developed brown colored shriveling about 2/3 the way from the bottom. The top 1/3 is still green, but the stem and the branches above a trifurcation are wrinkled. I am thinking of cutting it off at the green, and treating it as a cutting? There does not appear to be rot. I was going to post a picture, but do not have a cable for my camera. Thanks

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