If for one reason or another, your succulent begins to rot, if action is taken as soon as possible there is hope to save it obtaining a cutting to replant. With a clean, sharp knife you have to cut at least an inch above the soft dark of the plant. You then examine the section of the cuttings, and if the internal tissues are affected by rot you have still to cut off a piece until you reach the healthy part of the plant. At this point you let the cutting dry at least a week and then it can be planted in a soil with good drainage as a normal cutting, as described in the section on vegetative reproduction.
For the species of succulents subject to fungal attack can be carried out preventive treatments with fungicides preferably systemic, because they can penetrate into the tissues of the plant.
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