Dry White Spots on Mango Leaves
Hello, I recently began reviving an old mango tree in my backyard after the previous owner left it to fend for itself for several years. The leaves and flowers have recovered really well this year with watering and fertilization, imagine that! I am currently watering it about every 10 days.
However, on the south sun-facing side, there are lots of leaves with white dry spots on them. Is that sun burn of the leaves? Or a sign of some other deficiency or pest? Some of the north facing leaves have similar spots, but most are on the south facing side. See photo below
Any diagnoses and suggested corrective actions would be appreciated. Also, please let me know if you see any other problems with the mango leaves that need correction. Thanks!