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Help Please 1 year 4 months ago #26978

Hi
Recently I've noticed some pests in my ficus and I'm worried about my plant. Also some spots has appeared on the leaves and i don't if it's because of lack of sunlight or it's pest fault
Could anybody help me?





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Help Please 1 year 4 months ago #26982

I'm not sure about the ailments, but can I ask why it's pink?
Look up the term 'mallsai'
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Help Please 1 year 4 months ago #26985

Is that a tray of water that it's in?

Also, it's not a bonsai.
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Help Please 1 year 4 months ago #26987

Yes it is
I didn't say if it is a bonsai or not and I'm not asking you about it!
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Help Please 1 year 4 months ago #26988

I used candle to cover cuts and that's why it is pink
Somebody gave this to my brother for present two years ago and he gave it to me and recently I've become interested in it.
I would love to have real bonsai but I'm still searching for the right one and knowing the basics to not become a "Mallsai" like you said
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Help Please 1 year 4 months ago #26990

Amirali wrote: Yes it is


If that's a an answer to the question whether it's in a tray of water:
Seems that's the cause. The plant is overwatered. Roots may be rotting already.

I didn't say if it is a bonsai or not and I'm not asking you about it!


This is a forum, so you'll get answers regardless.
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Help Please 1 year 4 months ago #26993

Auk wrote:

Amirali wrote: Yes it is


If that's a an answer to the question whether it's in a tray of water:
Seems that's the cause. The plant is overwatered. Roots may be rotting already.

I didn't say if it is a bonsai or not and I'm not asking you about it!


This is a forum, so you'll get answers regardless.

I put this tray today so I don't think thats's the problem, but recentley I'm spraying it regularly to maintian the moisture
I'm not an bonsai expert but I've seen this kind of ficus in this website so I'm not sure your answer is quite right
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Help Please 1 year 4 months ago #26994

Amirali wrote: I'm not an bonsai expert but I've seen this kind of ficus in this website so I'm not sure your answer is quite right


You don't have to be a bonsai expert if you don't have a bonsai. Bonsai is NOT a tree species.
Ficus is suitable for bonsai if properly trained to be a bonsai. The way your plant is grown with the ugly, disproportionate roots and grafted top makes it practically useless for bonsai.

Your houseplant is pretty sick. The algae and fungus indicate overwatering, the leaves indicate bugs.
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Help Please 1 year 4 months ago #26997

Auk wrote:

Amirali wrote: I'm not an bonsai expert but I've seen this kind of ficus in this website so I'm not sure your answer is quite right


You don't have to be a bonsai expert if you don't have a bonsai. Bonsai is NOT a tree species.
Ficus is suitable for bonsai if properly trained to be a bonsai. The way your plant is grown with the ugly, disproportionate roots and grafted top makes it practically useless for bonsai.

Thanks for clearing that up
But like i've said i'm a bigginer and i like to train on this tree so it is a bonsai for me
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