Can you reuse soil from a plant that had root rot on a new plant?

Answer No if you want the new plant to grow. Why not? Because the previous plant used up the energy from the soil and left a sort of poop from the old water that you sprinkled on it...

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Say for instance you have a marijuana would you plant those into the soil, root tip up or down?

Roots go down, but to avoid damage side ways works to. Do not plant then very deep or it lowers the chances of the sprout breaking through the surface.

If a tomato plant is infected with the mosaic virus can the seeds from that plant be used to plant new plants in following years or will the virus go with it.?

No, the seeds are sometimes affected and there is no way of telling which ones they are until too late. Some viruses can be controlled on seeds by a process of fermentation, but this doesn't appear... Read More »

How do I defungi plant potting soil in a potted plant?

Getting Rid of FungusRemove any visible fungus with a small hand shovel. Shovel the remaining soil into polypropylene bags, two lb. at a time. Put the bag with the soil into the microwave, and cook... Read More »

How to Plant a Bare Root Yucca Plant?

A member of the lily family, the yucca plant produces sword-shaped foliage that rises from the soil line. The yucca plant favors sunny well-drained soil within USDA hardiness zones 3 through 9; whe... Read More »