So, I've heard you can't kill mushrooms but I have and think another might be not long behind. I have a thriving hairy mushroom (another question on it will follow) and a purple mushroom that has had 3 babies and a couple healthy ricordea. I had a beautiful bright orange and a lavender rhodactis mushrooms. The orange one kept shrinking and eventually disappeared. I tried moving to lower light, higher light with less flow, and nothing ever seemed to help. My lavender one, I fear, is heading in the same direction. Any ideas on what else I can try??
Next question is my big, beautiful hairy mushroom decided to attach itself to my blastos and they are not happy about it, how can I safely detach it before it starts killing the blasto?
First pic is mushroom on blasto's side and second shows the healthy blastos next to the angry ones.
You can see the healthy purple shroom and that small dot an inch or so above it is my poor lavender rhodactis.
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