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leaf burn -- over watering?

Posted by kemistry 8 - Oregon (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 30, 09 at 3:50

Hello plumeria experts,

Some of my plumeria leaves have the burn mark on them, see picture below, I suspect this is due to my over-watering or over-fertilizing. What do you think?

Thanks for your time :)


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RE: leaf burn -- over watering?

I'm not sure about the leaves but could the little orange spots on the stems be rust?


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RE: leaf burn -- over watering?

Hi Karyn1, yes I've noticed them too, they are not orange, more grayish, appeared to be dead skin (???) from the stem that I can just scrub off. I'm not sure if it's abnormal, any insights will be greatly appreciated :)


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re orange spots

sorry if I'm being unclear, the grayish i meant above are the tiny dots on the big stem. The orange larger spots I suspected are burnt mark from my overwatering (?)


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