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Based on the photo provided, it appears that the plant is not thriving and has yellow leaves. One reason for this could be that the plant is not receiving enough sunlight or is not being watered enough. To fix this issue, the plant should be moved to a sunnier location and given more attention to watering. Additionally, it may be helpful to fertilize the plant with a balanced fertilizer to provide it with necessary nutrients. Another possible issue could be that the plant is infected with a disease, in which case, it would be necessary to identify the disease and take appropriate measures to treat it, such as applying fungicides or removing infected parts of the plant.
It is also worth noting that the plant appears to have a large taproot, which is common in arum species. The taproot can be vulnerable to damage when the plant is transplanted, so care should be taken to avoid damaging it during the transplanting process.
Add some coffee ground, a circle round the main root once every 3-4 weeks. Or banana peel water 2-3 times a week max. (leave a banana peel in water for 2-3 days) for nutrtional value. But not too much of any, you can get away with the peels more because their lower dosage.
Theres new shoots so theres hope. Remember to ensure good drainage of pot and tray at all times and always soil test to then gage/schedule how quickly your plant needs more water. If dry, water all the soil and drain the excess from pot and tray at all times. If wet/damp leave it alone! Keep near the window sunny/warm. Good luck!
If you live in a sunny country, water in the evening when the sun sets so it can soak up as much water before sun rises again and dries the soil. Good luck!
Thanks so much! ☺️