The Problem of Aglaonema Brown Tips

Aglaonema brown

Noticed brown tips on the Chinese Evergreen? No doubt – the plant can be affected by different species of bacteria. Although this foliage plant is susceptible to bacterial diseases – especially in winter – these problems can often be controlled.

The problem of Aglaonema brown leaves can be resolved if you know the reasons of the following problem. Bacteria cause problems when conditions are favorable for their multiplication. Poor air circulation, high humidity and crowding are all those conditions that lead to leaf spots, wilts, rots or the total collapse of plant tissues.

Green areas of the plant can rapidly enlarge and turn brown to black. Symptoms of bacterial leaf spot – that may contain black fungal structures – can be different and include brownish-black lesions and dark or light zones on leaves. To resolve the problem avoid overhead watering.