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JohnAndSancho

Rotten roots are black and stinky. Looks fine. Why do you think you might have rot? Does the palm look unhealthy? 

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Adi

Here is a link to the previous post to give you some insight. Click link in first comment. Also thank you. 

 

 

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Adi

Any thoughts you have would be helpful and appreciated. 

 

 

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JohnAndSancho

Looks fine  

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