You will need
- - charcoal;
- - potassium permanganate;
- - drainage;
- - sand;
- - ground sheet;
If jade growing on your window, there were spots on the trunk, and the leaves become soft and wrinkled, most likely the plant has started to rot the roots due to excessive moisture of the earth. Stop watering the plant and if it preteena, move it to a more lit place. Best place jade near the Windows facing South or South-East.
If the cessation of irrigation did not affect the plant, you can try to repot the jade. To do this, remove the plant from the pot and inspect the root system. Cut all the rotten roots, dry the slices in the air and sprinkle them with powdered charcoal. Trim off the withered and rotten twigs.
Prepare a new pot for the plant. Can use to transplant the old, pre-washing off and treating it with a strong solution of potassium permanganate. On the bottom of the pot, pour a layer of expanded clay or any drainage thickness of not less than two inches. Put a layer of soil mixture for succulents, or soil composed of equal parts of sand, leaf and sod land. To the soil add charcoal.
Drop the trimmed jade into the new pot and place it on a lighted window.
If it was discovered that the plant has rotted all the roots, you can cut and propagate the remaining shoots. This will separate the most healthy twigs and dry sections on the air for several hours.
Rooted sprigs of jade possible, placing them in the water, poured in an opaque container. You can sprout the cuttings in moist soil consisting of the same number of washed river sand and ground sheet.
If your jade started to fall off the leaves, and the trunk has grown a lot and became thin, the plant is not getting enough light. Put the pot in a more lighted place. If this is not possible, use for additional illumination of the fluorescent lamp. For a more lush crown presidnete the tips of young shoots.
To crassula grow evenly, not peremeshivaete on one side, from time to time turn the pot with the plant.