Help? I'm Killing Lucky Bamboo
My brown thumb strikes again! At this point I've killed duckweed, water sprite, lucky bamboo, spider plants... Basically all I can grow is algae, and now my current lucky bamboo is starting to worry me.
It's not in my tank yet, just a cup of conditioned water for quarantine. Gets indirect sunlight pretty much all day depending on the weather. Two stalks are doing just fine- dark green leaves, healthy roots, no problems. The third, a cool swirly stalk, seems as though its leaves are just disintegrating. They're wafer-thin in places, drooping and yellowish. The stem and roots seem fine. Is it done for? I though about plucking the worst leaves off, but decided to get some advice first.
In another cup I'm trying to root a leaf shoot, the original stalk turned yellow after two healthy years so I decided to try and save what I could. It's still green, still looks like the leaves are growing, but the stem is dark yellow-orange at the bottom and it's gotten some sort of white fuzz that keeps coming back.
Is there any hope, or should I just accept my fate as a plant murderer?