How to save Monstera with cut roots?
I have a Monstera that's been doing great for a few years. I was told to just let the air roots be, that it wouldn't hurt the plant to let them grow and not be in soil, but they started to get so long they were a hazard in our living room. I looked on some forums and it seemed like it wouldn't hurt the plant to cut the air roots, so I cut them back a bit and retrained them into the soil. They have not taken root in the soil and the plant is starting to show some signs of distress (brown patches on leaves, yellowing near the spot where the air root comes out of on the stalk). The plant has never done any of this before, so I think it's related to my cutting the air roots, and I want to get advice sooner rather than later. I will be so sad if I stupidly did the wrong thing with these air roots and my plant slowly dies. Thanks for your help!