HELP!! Ficus leaves turning pale and yellow!
I have a pair of ficus benjaminas which were ravaged by a bluebull and left with chewed up branches and no leaves. Most people that saw them had left them for dead and told me that they were beyond salvage. I persisted and they survived and began sprouting new leaves. But the new leaves are all pale, look limp and unhealthy. The plants are in the open direct sunlight, and the sun here in India is pretty strong. Could too much sun be bleaching out the leaves? Am I overwatering? I water them once every other day (temperatures here reach 40 degrees centigrade in the afternoon). Please provide some direction because these plants are real survivors, it'd be a real tragedy to see them die.