- Oct 5, 2019
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Hi! I have a Monstera that I've noticed as of late has been a bit droopy. She normally does this when she wants some water (I am really careful about not overwatering) and so I proceeded to water. No change. It has also had at least two new growths still curled up for about two weeks now (they would normally "uncurl" in a few days). So, I decided to check in on the roots and found quite a lot of this yellow-ish spongey-type thingy (I'm assuming a fungus of some sort?). Can anyone help me identify what it is and how to treat it? I assume this is hurting my plant in some form or taking away nutrients hence the droopiness and delayed opening of new growth. The roots, however, look fine. I've attached pictures for reference. THANK YOU!