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Possibly it is one of the stem rot fungal diseases. Over-watering can be one cause, especially in humid or still weather. Copper-oxychloride can help, or remove plants and burn. Don't try replanting impatiens or similar there for a couple of years.

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Q: Why are my Impatiens rotting at the base of the stems?
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